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Accident before Khelo India Games: Arrow hit 12-year-old archer Shivangini's neck during practice | Accident before Khelo India Games: Arrow hit 12-year-old archer Shivangini's neck during practice, Delhi AIIMS sent

Shivangini Gohain injured during practice at Chhabua, Dibrugarh
For the first time, the Khelo India Games will be held in Guwahati from 10 January

Dainik BhaskarJan 09, 2020, 08:15 PM IST Sports Desk. A day before the Khelo India Games in Assam, 12-year-old archer Shivangini Gohain was injured in an accident on Thursday. Shivangini's throat has an arrow pierced during practice. The accident occurred near his home in Chhabua, Dibrugarh. Local doctor V Aggarwal said, "The arrow has penetrated Shivangini's throat. After first aid, he has been referred to AIIMS, Delhi.

Chhabua is 450 km from Guwahati. The Khele India Games will be held in Guwahati for the first time. Speaking to the local website Eastmojo, Navjyoti Basumatri, secretary of the Archery Association of Assam said, "Shivangini practices at Sai Training Center in Chhabua. She is not a trainee of DSYW (Directorate Sports and Youth Welfare). '

'Chief Minister Sonowal assured all assistance' said Lakshya Konwar, Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Games India Games 2020, 'The accident took place at the Sai Academy. For the better treatment of Shivangini, he was flown to Delhi by midday flight. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has assured them all assistance. After this accident, questions are being raised about the safety of the players at the Sai Academy. "

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