The International Boxing Association (AIBA) on 16 June 2015 constituted a five-member ad-hoc committee to manage the process of finding a group to organise and run boxing in India.
Kishan Narsi, an international referee who officiated in four Olympics was appointed as the Chairman of the committee. He has been the Vice-Chairman of Executive Committee of AIBA.
Other members of the committee include Jay Kowli, Manisha Malhotra and Injeti Srinivas. The fifth member of the committee will be appointed by AIBA on the recommendation of the ad hoc committee and would be a national coach.
Besides, AIBA also appointed senior IOC member and former IOA Secretary General, Randhir Singh as an advisor of the ad-hoc committee. He will assist the committee in the important task that would benefit the game of boxing in India.
AIBA in its notification didn’t specified any time-frame for the ad-hoc committee but asked that preparation for the Rio Olympics 2016 has to start.
AIBA President: Dr. Ching-Kuo Wu
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When: 16 June 2015
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