Hemant Soren Government agencies have put their best foot forward to advertise for the FIH Hockey Olympics Qualifiers Ranchi 2024. 

Scores of banners and bill boards showcasing the mega hockey event have been put up along Morahabadi Maidan where the FIH Hockey Olympics Qualifiers matches were kickstarted on January 13.

Among these bill boards is a tall bill board carrying picture of Chief Minister Hemant Soren in sports attire with hockey stick in one hand and ball around his foot. 

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The FIH Hockey Olympics Qualifiers matches are scheduled to take place from 13 to 19 January 2024 at the Marang Gomke Jaipal Singh Astro Turf Hockey Stadium in Ranchi. 

This prestigious event is one of the three Olympics Qualifiers happening globally, with counterparts in Muscat, Oman (Men’s) and Valencia, Spain (Women’s and Men’s). 

 The event was originally slated to be held in China, but Hockey India requested FIH to shift the venue to India after China Women’s directly qualified for the Paris 2024 Olympics. 

Hockey India, in a momentous occasion marked by unity and anticipation,formally inked the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for hosting the upcoming FIH Hockey Olympic Qualifiers Ranchi 2024 in Jharkhand. 

The historic event unfolded amidst the esteemed presence of eminent dignitaries, including Indian Women’s Hockey Team players, Secretary Sports Jharkhand, IAS, Shri Manoj Kumar and Director Sports, Jharkhand, IAS, Sushant Gaurav, Hockey India Secretary General Shri Bhola Nath Singh and Hockey India Treasurer Shri Sekar J Manoharan were present at the occasion. 

 The formal signing of the MoU had disclosed a collective commitment and shared vision among all stakeholders involved, emphasizing the dedication to promoting and fostering the growth of hockey in India, while also showcasing the nation’s prowess on the global hockey stage. 

The movement of vehicles will be regulated in the Ranchi city as the area will be considered. However, movement of ambulances will be allowed and local residents of the area and sports persons accommodated there will be permitted to move after presenting proper identification papers, police said.

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