Dushyant Chautala elected TTFI President

In the 80th Annual General Meeting of the federation held here on Monday, Mahinder Pal Singh, also of Haryana, took over as Secretary-General. He now holds the post vacated by Dhanraj Choudhary, who completed two terms.

Dushyant Chautala, 28, also a Member of Parliament, is the youngest President of any National Sports Federation (NSF) in the country.   -  Ramesh Sharma

Like in the last 24 years, the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) chose its office-bearers unanimously, with Haryana’s Dushyant Chautala taking over as the President.

Chautala, 28, also a Member of Parliament, is the youngest President of any National Sports Federation (NSF) in the country.

In the 80th Annual General Meeting of the federation held here on Monday, Mahinder Pal Singh, also of Haryana, took over as Secretary-General. He now holds the post vacated by Dhanraj Choudhary, who completed two terms.

The house also chose eight vice-presidents, four joint-secretaries and five executive members.

The office-bearers:

President: Dushyant Chautala.

Secretary General: Mahinder Pal Singh,

Treasurer: Arun Banerjee.

Vice Presidents: Milind Torwane, M.S. Sirsa, Chiranjib Choudhary, P. Karunakaran, Vero Nunes, Sharad Shukla, R.K. Parida and Haresh Sangtani.

Joint Secretaries: Mantu Ghosh, Jayesh Acharya, Tridip Duvarah and Prakash Raju.

Executive Members: Yatin K. Tipnis, Manjit Singh Dua, S. Halder, T.K. Vijay Rangam and Ajay Sharma.