Kamveti had been adjudged the best raider at the Bangabandhu Cup in March this year and is set to bolster the attack of the Yoddhas.
Keeping the health and safety of players in mind amid COVID times, the organisers have converted the entire venue into an integrated and secure bio-bubble.
The opposition often says a skewed political atmosphere is preventing them from participating fairly in national elections.
The eighth season of the Pro Kabaddi League will be held from Dec 22 in Bengaluru in a biosecure bubble.
A region with little to no footballing presence, the Rajasthan outfit making it to the I-League is something that defies belief especially considering the challenges that they've had to face
Orgainsers of the event said that keeping the health and safety of the players and all stakeholders in mind, this year the league will be held without spectators at a single venue in Bengaluru.
The said timeline now stands elapsed and the mandatory requirement has not been fulfilled by the said Hyderya Sports Kashmir FC.
Full vaccination mandatory for I-League players, except U-18 and those recovered from COVID recently
The I-League 2021-22 is expected to be held under bio-secure environment with strict COVID-19 protocols in Kolkata and its surrounding suburbs.
The 10 participating teams will be split into two groups and the group stage will be conducted in a round-robin format, with every team playing their rival clubs within their respective group once.
A total of 10 teams will represent as many states in the I-League qualifiers, from within a centrally organised bio bubble in Bengaluru.
Pro Kabaddi League star raider Pardeep Narwal said that his responsibility has been to be up to date and relevant in the game.
Inban Udhayanidhi feels that if he can do well for the club, he might go on to play for the U-17 Indian football team.
Hooda said that he has focussed a lot on his mental aspect ahead of the eight season and will be among the top players who will go under the hammer in the auctions.
The PKL returns after a COVID-19 forced break and Sehrawat is confident that he will be able to deliver his best for the season, which will take place in December.
Pawan Kumar, centre-back from Delhi, brings in a wealth of experience as he has featured in both the ISL and I-League.