Boxer Vijender Singh Invites Haryana Chief Minister For India Debut Bout
Vijender Singh has also invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar
Vijender has also invited PM Narendra Modi to attend his bout
Vijender has had four consecutive victories in his professional career
Vijender will make his pro boxing India debut on June 11
Indian boxing star Vijender Singh on Sunday invited Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar for his WBO Asia title bout in New Delhi on June 11. (Vijender Singh Meets Sachin Tendulkar, Invites Him for WBO Asia Title Fight)
Vijender has already invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar. (Vijender Singh Discusses State of Indian Boxing With Prime Minister Narendra Modi)
"Our chief minister congratulated me for the four consecutive wins in my professional career so far and he watched all four of them. I am happy that our Chief Minister is very positive about my pro career. I have invited him for my June 11 fight and chief minister has assured me for his presence during the fight," Vijender said after meeting Khattar. (Vijender Singh's Next Opponent Dines on Snakes' Blood to Attain Supernatural Powers)
"I thanked him for his support to me in starting my professional career and also congratulated me after every fight on social media platforms. He wished me good luck for my next two fights on April 30 and May 13 in UK. Mr. Khattar also assured me his full support in future."
Vijender is all set to leave for Manchester on Monday.