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- Opening session of Vodafone ‘Dangal’ competition in Rewari draws participation from prominent Wrestlers
Rewari: A state that has historically been the janmabhumi to sporting talent in India, Haryana has the distinction of introducing several wrestling legends to national and international arenas. In acknowledgment of the spirit of Haryana’s favourite sport and to encourage local wrestling talent, Vodafone India, one of India’s telecommunication service providers, has announced the state’s first-ever pan state Dangal tournament. Mohit Narru, Business Head – Haryana, Vodafone India, formally announced the commencement of Vodafone ‘Dangal’ in Rewari on 13th April, 2017,  in the presence of Kushal Kataria, SDM, Rewari.

For the residents of Haryana, Wrestling is much more than just a sport- its a matter of pride and passion. Little wonder that Wrestling has from inception seen the highest representation from Haryana. As one of the most preferred telecom networks in the state, Vodafone has taken the lead to present the pan Haryana Vodafone ‘Dangal’ competition with the objective of promoting local wrestling talent and giving them a platform to compete and win recognition. Commencing with Village level rounds, Vodafone ‘Dangal’ will move on to a state level Finale, in a phased manner.

The opening tournament in Rewari  brought wrestlers from popular local Akharas including Jhajjar, Sonipat, Sohna &  Palwal.

Formally throwing open the gates to Vodafone ‘Dangal’, Mohit Narru, Business Head – Haryana, Vodafone India, said “Today, almost every household and family in Haryana’s villages, has young, aspiring youth seeking the right opportunity and platform to harness their talent in wrestling. Vodafone believes that given a formal platform to display and hone their talent and win recognition, many of these budding stars can go on to make the state and even Nation proud. We are delighted to present Vodafone ‘Dangal’ a first of its kind Wrestling completion for Haryana by the residents of Haryana to identify and promote quality Wrestling talent in the state. This initiative reinforces Vodafone’s continued commitment to support Wrestling at the grassroots level in Haryana. Wrestling is a sport that requires great physical and mental strength and agility. Just like Vodafone’s Data Strong Network, that keeps Haryana connected 24X7. Drawing upon our robust and well spread network including the deeper pockets in the state, Vodafone is keen to bring in participants from every nook and corner of Haryana, making Vodafone ‘Dangal’ an annual and  much awaited event.”

About Vodafone India 

Vodafone India is a 100% fully owned subsidiary of the Vodafone Group Plc. with operations across the country serving over 204 million customers (over 106 million in rural areas). Commencing operations in 2007, Vodafone is today a robust, award-winning business and committed for the long term. Vodafone Business Services serves the needs of enterprises and government by providing total telecommunications (Voice and Data) solutions across mobility and wireline platforms. Our mobile wallet, M-Pesa is a unique and innovative money transfer service from Vodafone that fosters financial inclusion.

Committed to optimizing the near-ubiquitous reach of mobile telephony to address national developmental priorities, the Vodafone Foundation partners is actively engaged in community development initiatives especially in the domains of m-Women, m-Agriculture, m-Education and Disaster Relief. Building on its global experience and expertise, an outreach across India and offering a comprehensive portfolio of technologies- 2G, 3G & 4G, Vodafone is uniquely positioned to actualize the vision of Digital India.

Globally, Vodafone is one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies and provides a range of services including voice, messaging, data and fixed communications. Vodafone has mobile operations in 26 countries, partners with mobile networks in 49 more, and fixed broadband operations in 17 markets. As of 31 December 2016, Vodafone had 470 million mobile customers and 14.3 million fixed broadband customers.