Hindustan Zinc Honours Bhupendra Vyas, Commonwealth Power-lifting Gold Medalists

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UDAIPUR: Vedanta group company Hindustan Zinc honoured the 7 gold medal winner of commonwealth games, Bhupendra Vyas, today with a cheque of Rs. 50,000. The company honoured him for his outstanding performance in the Commonwealth games held in Bournemouth, Australia from December 15-18, 2011.

Bhupendra Vyas won 5 gold medals, one silver medal and 2 gold medals for overall performance in power-lifting event in the games.

The cheque of Rs. 50,000 to Bhupendra Vyas was handed over by Pavan Kaushik Head-Corporate Communication of HZL. He said, ‘Hindustan Zinc has been supporting sports persons earlier as well like power lifter Mala Sukhwal, Swimming Champion Bhakti Sharma and volleyball player Jabbar Mohammed. At HZL, we believe that financial help does motivate the players and that reflects in their performance.’

While accepting the honour, Bhupendra Vyas thanked Hindustan Zinc for coming forward with their support.

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