Olympic medalist Lovlina Borgohain accuses Indian Boxing Federation of harassment

While Lovlina is currently getting ready for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, the boxer alleges that BFI is engaging in unethical behaviour with her.


Star Indian boxer Lovlina Borgohain has accused the Indian Boxing federation of harassment. She has blamed the federation for the constant changing of coaches leading her to mental harassment just before the Commonwealth Games, which is expected to take off from July 28, Thursday in Birmingham. 

Lovlina shared this information on her Twitter, ‘With sorrow Today I have to say that I am being mentally harassed,” said Borgohain. She further said, “Every time my coaches, who have helped me to win the medal in the Olympic games are being sidelined frequently by the federation and it is hampering my training process and competition, due to which I feel mental harassment.’


She ended with l, “I’m hoping I can get past this politics and bring home a medal for my nation. Thank You!’

In 2021 Lovlina scripted history when she won the bronze medal for India in Tokyo Olympics in the women’s boxing event of the welterweight category. Currently, the 24-year-old boxer is preparing for Commonwealth Games and she would be hoping to win a medal for India, defeating all the obstacles on her path.