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MR. AMIT CHeTTRI
The Man with Attitude and Compassion
The man with great enthusiasm and devotion for sport of bodybuilding, Amit Chhetri always made India stand high in contentment.Born in the family Chhetri’s in Uttrakhand, he is known for modesty, kindness and love for his family. With a sense of compassion to contribute in upbringing of bodybuilding all across the nation, he can be teaching many aspiring candidates. He works at Uttrakhand Police Department and is very famous in Dehradun.
The Passionate Footprints of Success
Popularly known as the Gorkha bodybuilder, Chhetri is often found working hard to achieve more in the future. In 2013, Chhetri became the Champion of Champions at the 13th Federation Cup at Lovely Professional University (LPU) in Punjab. He tasted victory amidst the great challengers under the weight category from 95-100 kgs and among other bests in distinct 9 categories from 55 kgs to above 100 kgs.He was honored and presented with a trophy by the Chief Guest for the tournament, LPU’s Chancellor Ashok Mittal and The man with body no less than a hard rock enjoys applauds for stunning body built.
This down-to-earth sportsperson is known for his commitment towards the sport. Heaccomplished the Mr. India title in 2013, sooner than expected by the experts and was adjudged the finest bodybuilder in his weight category.The title of Mr. India at the Senior National Body Building Championship was won by him in May 2013. He keeps up the spirit of competition to excel profoundly in the every aspect of his life. According to his close friends and family members, Chhetri can be seen training for four to six hours and even more sometimes.
The hard-work, dedication and achievements of Chhetri were recognized and honored by the Uttrakhand state in 2013. The achiever with his roots in Dehradun was awarded the Gorkha Gaurav Samman in December, 2013 at the National GorkhaGorav divas organized by BHAGOP at Yuwa Kendra, New Delhi. The award consisted of comprised a memento, a citation, a shawl and khada and was presented by Rev Dr Enos Das Pradhan, President Bhartiya Gorkha Parisangh.
Amit Chhetri also won Gold Medal in the Federation Cup in 2007. The Gorkha Bodybuilder inspires many in the nation and looks forward to provide a vital platform for aspiring candidates in Dehradun and many other regions to accomplish many world-renowned titles. With an essence to offer inspiring ambience for everyone for success in future, Amit Chhetri looks forward to have an accomplished and modular space for bodybuilding by the government for everyone to realize their potential.
U’khand cop wins gold in int’l body building contest
Article By - THE TIMES OF INDIA
DEHRADUN: Winner of several body building competitions in India, Amit Chhetri - Uttarakhand Police - brought laurels to the Himalayan state by winning a gold in the ongoing Fairfax World Police and Fire Games 2015 at Virginia in the US. Chhetri won a gold in the 100-kg category in the games, where 42,000 players from 90 countries are participating.
Amid much fanfare, the games started in the US on June 25 and are scheduled to end on July 7. Keeping in mind his performance, decks are being cleared to felicitate him in a function at the state capital on either August 15 or the state foundation day - November 9.
IG PHQ Deepam Seth, who heads the sports section for police, told TOI, "We have received a call from coach Mukesh Pal about Chhetri's achievement." Calling it a proud moment not only for Uttarakhand but also for the entire state, Seth said in the last few years, Chhetri has won accolades throughout the country and now he has come up with the brilliant performance in a foreign nation.
"World Police and Firearms is a prestigious event and we are happy to see a policeman from Uttarakhand doing the country proud there," added the senior police official.
Through the sports quota, Chhetri entered Uttarakhand police in 2006. In 2007, he won gold in Mr India Federation Cup at Tamil Nadi, while in 2011 he stood fourth in Open Senior Mr India. In 2012, he got silver medal in Open Senior Mr India at Bangalore and in 2013 he bagged gold in 13th Federation Cup National Body Building Championship at Jalandhar.
Chhetri, who is from Haridwar district of Uttarakhand, had won a gold at Open Senior Mr India-2013 at Chennai, gold at 2013 Open Mr India Sheru Classic at Pune.
Meanwhile, DGP B S Sidhu has announced a cash prize of Rs 20,000 for Chhetri for his outstanding performance and recommended the state government to approve a reward of Rs 5 lakh to the sportsman. Six police personnel, including a woman, had been selected from Uttarakhand to represent the nation in the World Police Fire Games-2015.
Apart from Chhetri, the other members from Uttarakhand in the national squad are Kamla Bisht (Boxing), Mukesh Rawat, Manish Rawat (athletics), Bhagwant Kholiya (power lifting) and Tejendra Singh (body building)
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