Salary quotas: Hockey India accuses Tokyo Games coach of ‘data theft’

Salary quotas: Hockey India accuses Tokyo Games coach of ‘data theft’

Responding to the report, Hockey India said that Marijne’s statements about her outstanding salary were a “malicious attempt to paint a dark picture of the Indian sports administration” and claimed that the coach was owed “only a balance of $ 1,800”.

“Due to the non-return of the laptop, Hockey India is unable to issue a NOC and as such believes that the Sports Authority of India is within their rights to withhold the USD 1800,” said Hockey India. “Marijne’s attempt to tarnish the Indian sports administration by asking her to return the laptop with invaluable data is a good example.”

On Tuesday, without blaming any official or institution, the former India coach told The Indian Express that he had yet to receive his final salary from the SAI and the 25 lakh rupee reward promised by the UP government. He said he was “in constant contact” with stakeholders and was “confident” that the issue “will be resolved soon.”

On Wednesday, Hockey India Secretary General Rajinder Singh said in a press release: “We can point out that failure to return the laptop that was handed to you amounts to data theft as it contains huge amounts of critical data on the players. Indian players. We recommend taking the necessary criminal actions against Marijne to facilitate the recovery of the laptop and the data it contains. “
In reaction to the statement, Marijne, who is in the Netherlands, told The Indian Express that she has already started the process of returning the laptop, which had “crashed” in the middle of the Olympics.

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“I brought it with me to repair it, but that didn’t happen. I am returning the laptop, I have no problem with that. I don’t know why they reacted like that, but I want to make it clear that I didn’t mean to disrespect anyone. I enjoyed every moment I spent in India and I will always be connected to the country, ”said Marijne.

With Marijne, India finished fourth at the Tokyo Olympics, which was the coach’s last assignment with the team. After the Games, he became the manager of Tilburg, a club in the Netherlands.

SAI is responsible for employing coaches for national teams in all Olympic sports.

Hockey India said they were “extremely satisfied with the promptness” with which EFS acted on their proposals, adding that “they had no reason to believe that there is some kind of bureaucracy that is hampering the evolution of Indian sport, which has in fact won a upward trajectory “. ”.

Singh called Marijne’s comments about her outstanding fees “disappointing.”

“It is disappointing that people from certain European countries come to India in search of lucrative jobs, yet want to criticize the establishment once they have left … we have also recently witnessed the response of certain European countries to athletes Indians winners of the annual FIH awards, who does not speak well of them, ”he said.

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