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L. Sarita’s refusal to accept the Bronze medal is perhaps the most befitting reply to the conduct of the Incheon Asian games. The way at which the Indian pugilist walk to the podium and declined to accept the medal shows that the pugilist is not satisfied with the judgement at which the Korean opponent was made winner of the bout. Indeed it was very disheartening to see the referee lifting the hand of red colour South Korean pugilist even after every spectator across the globe know that Indian pugilist L. Sarita Devi had dominated in all the bout . The day was not good for both L. Devendra and L. Sarita who are representing India in the Incheon  Asian games. Everybody knows that the juries were biased and were favouring the South Korean players who are hosting the game. The saddest part is the ineffective protest made by the Indian official against the judgement. It is being told that there are rules in the boxing that complaints should be made in-between 30 minutes of the game. The Indian official did lodge complaint by depositing USD 500 but it was reported rejected by the official. May be the complaints was too late. Rules are made for conveniences, if the rules failed to serve its purpose than there is no wrong in demanding it’s amendment. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice. Whether it may be in Korea’s Incheon, New York, New Delhi injustice should never be let go. It should be protested. Just saying that it was not justify and remaining without doing anything is not going to help. Protest should be made to the right platform and the Indian government should be serious. The Asian game host country Korea should be taught a lesson. A lesson

that every country would realized that there is no room for cheat in the game which is being organized to promote peace and unity among the various countries of the Asian Sub-continent. We are not sure what the Indian authority are planning but Philippines

and Mongolia has initiated a move. Both the countries had showed their love for their players and the nation by voicing against injustice being meted out by their players. It is now times that Indian authority proves their love and care for the players by showing that no injustice will be allowed to done to the Indian players.



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