India's Draft National Air Sports Policy 2022 – Does It Comply With The Domestic Framework?

Claud Mccoid

In India, procedures governing any group of sporting activities are usually issued by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Athletics. Having said that, in a surprising turn of situations, on 1 January 22, it was the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt of India (MoCA), which launched the Draft Nationwide Air Athletics Policy, 2022[1] (NASP) for general public reviews.

The aim[2] of the NASP is to improve the state of aero athletics in India, with a vision to make India a person of the top nations in air sports activities by 2030. On top of that, the NASP aims to deliver a safe and sound, affordable, accessible, and sustainable air sports activities ecosystem in India[3] and to stimulate participation of Indians, at numerous world air sporting activities situations[4].

This article discusses:

  • The Proposal For A Two-Tiered Governance Composition
  • Other Salient Options of the NASP
    • Progress of Infrastructure
    • Sustainable & Affordable Air Sports activities Along With Concentrate on Training
  • Makeup of The ASFI and its member organisations
  • Is the draft NASP compliant with India’s Athletics Code?
  • Is there sufficient provision for dispute resolution?
  • Comparative Examination With Australia


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