CM enjoys 'dodge' game

Cheering on the players along with hundreds of Kabaddi followers, for once, Yeddyurappa found himself being on the 'sidelines' of an event.

Yeddyurappa left the playground after witnessing two back-to-back games of the men’s round. Speaking to the media after the event, the Chief Minister said he was pleased with the support Kabaddi got from the sports-enthusiasts.

The outgoing Mayor SK Nataraj led the cheering for the teams. A Kabaddi player himself, the Mayor said that the last time this tournament was held was in 1986. 

A prize of Rs 25,000 will be given to every participating team with the winning team  walking away with Rs two lakh. The runners-up would be handed over Rs one lakh, along with a trophy. He also said that every player was given Rs 300 per day of the tourney.

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