Government to open 5 special centres for para-athletes
October 18, 2016
The central government plans to set up five national level, well-equipped sports centres for sportspersons with disabilities.
The idea behind opening such centres is to provide them better facilities for training and diet.
The centres will be opened in central, west, north, south and east India.
The government also aims to make all the international airports, domestic airports, railway stations fully accessible to the disabled in the near future.
The initiatives are a part of the Accessible India campaign.
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