Raninder Singh Becomes 1st Indian to Be Elected ISSF’s Vice-president

Raninder Singh has become the first Indian to be elected one of the four vice-presidents of the International Shooting Sport Federation.

The 51-year-old Raninder also heads the National Rifle Association of India. The former trap shooter bagged 161 votes to occupy the coveted post. In 2017, Raninder was re-elected president of the NRAI for a four-year term with an overwhelming mandate in Mohali.

Source- NDTV News

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