Pune: I want to win Gold Medal in Olympics: Wrestler Sikandar Sheikh
Punit Balan Group to support the athlete; Balan felicitates the Maharashtra Kesari winner
Pune: Policenama online – The ‘Maharashtra Kesari’ title winner wrestler Sikandar Sheikh has now set his sights on the ‘Hind Kesari’. However, he is nourishing a dream to become the champion in the Olympics.
“Punit Balan Group has extended all possible support to me to realise my dream of winning the gold medal in the Olympics. I am confident of bringing home the glory,” said Maharashtra Kesari-winner Sikandar Sheikh.
He was speaking to the media after his felicitation by young entrepreneur Punit Balan in the city. Sheikh said, “I failed to achieve the Maharashtra Kesari title even after working hard for three consecutive years. This year, I was determined to bring home the prestigious mace. I was totally focused on my goal and finally, I won it.”
“I want to win the Hind Kesari title now. But I am looking beyond that and am dreaming of winning the Olympic Gold. Punit Balan Group has assured me all possible support in achieving my goal. Punit Balan has been encouraging many sports persons. He is a pillar of support for us all. I am sure that I can make it to the Olympics with his solid support,” added Sheikh.
“Sikandar Sheikh is a talented wrestler. We have decided to help him financially and in all possible manner through the Punit Balan Group. I am confident that he will make India proud.”
– Punit Balan, young entrepreneur
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