Lovlina Borgohain: Lovlina’s coach Sandhya Gurung breaks silence, BFI has been accused of harassment by Olympic medalist

Olympic bronze medalist woman boxer Lovlina Borgohain has clashed with the Boxing Federation of India over her coach Sandhya Gurung. Lovlina has accused the BFI of mental harassment just before the Commonwealth Games. Lovlina says that her coach is not being given entry in the Commonwealth Games Village due to which she is not able to train properly and this is affecting her game.

At the same time, now his coach Sandhya Gurung has broken his silence on this whole matter. “We expect all our boxers to bring medals. Players always want their coach to be with them. I am not able to train Lovlina as I am not allowed to enter the sports village. I hope this problem will be resolved today otherwise I will not be able to train him.

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Let us inform that Lovlina wrote in her social media post, ‘Today I am saying with great sadness that I am being mentally harassed. I am being harassed every time the coach who helped me get a medal in the Olympics, being removed every time during my practice and competition.

He wrote, ‘One of these coaches Sandhya Gurung is also a Dronacharya Award winner. Both my coaches are included very late after joining hands for training in the camp a thousand times. This makes it difficult for me to train. And mental torture is bound to happen.

“Right now my coach Sandhya Gurung is outside the Commonwealth Games Village. They are not getting entry. This has stopped my training just eight days before the game. My second coach has also been sent back to India.

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While giving its clarification on this whole matter, BFI has said that IOA and BFI are continuously working to get Sandhya accreditation. It is in the hands of IOA but by today or tomorrow they will get the accreditation.

BFI secretary Hemant Kalita said, “We had given all the names earlier but there is a quota system. There is a 25 percent quota based on the number of athletes who qualify. So we had four officers, including coaches, doctors etc.’ “We have requested the IOA to increase the quota to eight. There will be four games inside the village and four outside. Four coaches will leave the game village at night after spending time with the players during the day.

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