Sports Ministry seeks help from Ministry of External Affairs to get visa for Sania Mirza’s son

Sports Ministry came forward to help Sania Mirza (Sania Mirza / Twitter)

Sania Mirza will attend Nottingham Open from 6 June, Birmingham Open from 14 June and Wimbledon on 28 June

New Delhi. The Ministry of Sports has requested intervention from the Ministry of External Affairs for the visa of the two-year-old son of tennis star Sania Mirza, who is going to play several tournaments in England before the Tokyo Olympics. Sania is to attend Nottingham Open from June 6, Birmingham Open from June 14, Eastbourne Open from June 20 and Wimbledon from June 28. “Sania, who is part of the Sports Ministry’s Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS), has appealed to the ministry to help in getting visas for her son and his caretaker. Sania said that she would spend her two years Can not travel for a month, leaving her son alone. Sports Minister sought help from External Affairs Ministry for Sania Mirza It said, “The Ministry, taking immediate action, has appealed to the Ministry of External Affairs for help in this matter through the Indian Embassy in London.” Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said, ‘I approved the request and the officials of the Sports Ministry are in touch with the Ministry of External Affairs. We hope that the British Government will allow the child to travel with Sania.Salman Butt questioned the honesty of Australian bowlers, mocked the investigation Let me tell you recently that Sania Mirza had revealed that she had come into depression due to being out due to injury in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. They told that she was under stress for 3 to 4 months. Sania said that she used to cry without any reason and tears kept coming from her eyes. Sania Mirza remained locked in the room for a month and she felt that she would never be able to play tennis. However, Sania Mirza made a strong comeback after that and brought laurels to the country. (With language input)


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