Bhopal: Vivek Sagar, the hockey team player who won India a bronze medal in hockey in Tokyo Olympics after 41 years, has been made DSP by the Madhya Pradesh government. In fact, after the announcement of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Home Department has issued orders for the appointment of Vivek Sagar Prasad last Monday. Let us tell you that Vivek is a resident of Chandaun village near Itarsi in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. Ever since the hockey team returned to India after winning the medal, only them are being discussed. At the same time, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had announced the formation of DSP, honoring Vivek Sagar.
Let us tell you that Vivek was inclined towards hockey from the beginning but his family did not want him to play hockey. Actually, Vivek’s father wanted to make him an engineer after studying, however Vivek refused. He loved playing hockey. Meanwhile, Vivek came to Itarsi from Chandaun village and started learning hockey. Not only this, he sometimes used to practice with his friends with sticks and sticks. Seeing his passion, his mother Kamala Devi, elder brother Vidya Sagar, sister Poonam and Pooja contributed a lot and Vivek joined Hockey Academy at the age of 13.
Later Vivek’s father joined him. Let us tell you that Vivek Sagar has been a part of the Indian team in international competitions like Four Nations Tournament, Commonwealth Games, Champions Trophy, Youth Olympics, New Zealand Test Series, Asian Games and Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament in 2019, Australia Test Series. and Final Series, Bhubaneswar in the year 2018. Midfielder hockey player Vivek Sagar, who was in the Indian team that won India a bronze medal in Asiad 2018, has played 62 international matches.