Kotak Mahindra Group (Kotak) officially declares that they are coming into a contract with the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) to proudly support the Indian contingent at the Tokyo Paralympic Games.
Kotak Mahindra Group is considered one of the most important financial services conglomerates with its global presence throughout the nation. It is a management organization.
In Tokyo, around 54 athletes are going to represent India in coming Tuesday, August 24, 2021, and can compete in approx. 9 different disciplines such as archery, para canoeing, powerlifting, shooting, athletics, badminton, swimming, table game, and taekwondo. This will become India’s largest-ever contingent to the Paralympic Games.
According to Karthi Marshan – President & Chief Marketing Officer of Kotak Mahindra Group, “Sports is the area which can thrill and captivate, to bring each individual together, to inspire and motivate the whole nation. Even more so, when our Indian athletes have overcome unbeaten able challenges throughout the way. We are delighted to possess been given the chance by the Paralympic Committee of India to support and cheer on the Indian contingent as they offer it they’re all for the country at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. We wish Team India all the easiest.”
Dr. Deepa Malik, President, Paralympic Committee of India and Padma Shri award winner said on the support to the Indian Contingent at paralympic games, “We are thrilled to express that the Kotak Mahindra Group proudly supports the Indian athletes who take part at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. These sports people have battled the chances to induce to where they’re and to possess the backing of a number one institution like Kotak means an excellent deal to any or all people. As we try for sustained sporting excellence as a nation, we must develop a holistic sporting ecosystem that involves the participation of multiple stakeholder groups.”
Paralympic Committee of India (PCI), one of India’s National Sports Federation granted by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India, working towards the development and up-gradation of para-sports in India.
The objective of PCI is to promote and develop sports opportunities with a severe disability in sports at different levels.