Kadam, a 2018 Asian Para Games bronze medallist, took to Twitter to specific his disappointment to Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on the Mission Olympic Cell’s determination.
“Hon’ble @KirenRijiju sir, It is very disappointing and discouraging to be excluded from #TOPScheme without any justified reason and despite delivering medal winning performance in all Paralympic Qualification events,” the 27-12 months-outdated mentioned.
Hon’ble @KirenRijiju sir,It may be very disappointing and discouraging to be excluded from #TOPScheme with none simply… https://t.co/f99lXNqCRL
— Sukant Kadam (@sukant9993) 1617882175000
Kadam had received a bronze medal in males’s singles SL4 occasion on the 2019 BWF Para-Badminton World Championships in Basel.
He was among the many 5 para shuttlers who have been included within the TOPS in March 2019. The different shuttlers have been Manoj Sarkar and Pramod Bhagat from males’s Singles SL3, Tarun and Suhas Yathiraj from males’s Singles SL4.
Athletes within the SL3 class typically have an impairment in a single or each decrease limbs, and poor strolling/operating stability. To minimise the influence of their impairment, they play solely half-court docket (size-sensible).
The impairment of athletes within the SL4 class is of a lesser diploma in contrast to SL3. They play full-court docket since they typically run sooner and have higher stability than SL3 athletes.