"We have Rs 25 lakh each from the Punjab government which is extraordinary. In any case, we require security which a vocation can give. We have recently won the World Cup and our point is to win an award in the 2018 senior World Cup," Simranjeet Singh said.
At the point when the simply delegated Hockey Junior World Cup champions meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi next Wednesday, on the highest point of their motivation will look for occupations which they feel their state government and their clubs have neglected to give.
Gurjant Singh, who scored in the last against Belgium which India won 2-1 to secure the trophy following 15 years, said: "We require security. The Punjab government (his state government) ought to give us employments. When we meet the Prime Minister on December 28 we will disagree with him."
Gurjant, who is playing for ONGC in the progressing 121st All India Beighton Cup is one of the five players the PSU has in their positions from the World Cup winning group. (Seniors can gain from our lesser title holders, says India hockey mentor Roelant Oltmans)
"We have Rs 25 lakh each from the Punjab government which is awesome. Be that as it may, we require security which an occupation can give. We have quite recently won the World Cup and our point is to win a decoration in the 2018 senior World Cup," Simranjeet Singh, another scorer in the last, said.
Gurjant included: "We require some security as though we get a harm here today (in the Beighton Cup) who will deal with us? We are jobless." (India pound Belgium 2-1 to secure second Junior Hockey World Cup title)
Countering to the players' request, ONGC mentor Sandeep Sangwan said, "We are investigating it (attempting to land position for players). At ONGC, we have certain approaches and right now we have three opening. We are considering giving them occupations."
On the notable World Cup win, Vikramjeet Singh, another individual from the group, said beating Australia in the semi-finals was the hardest.
"We had the faith in us that we can achieve the last. The semi-last against Australia was our hardest test."
India edged past powerhouse Australia 4-2 by means of punishment shoot-out to enter the last. (India beat Spain to enter semi-finals of Junior Hockey World Cup)
"Life has changed in the wake of winning the World Cup. When I scored the primary objective it resembled the rooftop descended in Lucknow," Gurjant said.
The vast majority of the players who lifted the trophy hail from Gurdaspur region in Punjab.
Gurjant brought up that the individuals from the group that won the lesser World Cup in 2001, were remunerated with every one of the advantages.
"Amid their time, the players were exceptionally all around treated and the majority of them landed positions as cops et cetera. We expect some support for all clubs too," Gurjant said.