Arunachal Pradesh Police felicitates first lady constable’s triumph at National Muaythai Championships

Itanagar, June 6: In a moment at the Police Headquarters in Itanagar, Pani Manju Joram, the pioneering first lady constable of the Arunachal Pradesh Police (APP), was honored today for her outstanding performance at the National Muaythai Championships. The felicitation ceremony, presided over by DGP Anand Mohan, underscored the significance of Manju’s achievement in representing the state at a prestigious national level sports event.

DGP Anand Mohan expressed his admiration, stating, “Manju’s success at the National Muaythai Championships is a testament to her unwavering dedication and exceptional talent. She has not only brought glory to the Arunachal Pradesh Police but has also inspired countless individuals across the state.”

In her own words, Pani Manju Joram shared her journey, saying, “Competing at the National Muaythai Championships was a dream come true for me. It was an honor to represent Arunachal Pradesh on such a grand stage. I am grateful for the support and encouragement I have received from my department and the people of my state.”

Manju’s remarkable achievement in clinching the silver medal at the championships, amidst formidable competition from across the nation, exemplifies her resilience, skill, and determination. Her success not only highlights her prowess in Muaythai but also serves as an inspiration to aspiring athletes in Arunachal Pradesh.

The National Muaythai Championships, held at the Tepesia Sports Complex, LNIPE, Sonapur, Kamrup (M), Assam, from May 25 to 30, 2024, provided Manju with a platform to showcase her talent on a national scale.

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