Yogeshwar Dutt (born 2 November 1982) is an Indian wrestler. He belongs to a Gaur Brahmin family in Haryana. He won the bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the Men's 60kg Freestyle wrestling. He was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 2013. He won Gold Medal in 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow. He started wrestling from a very young age of 8 years. His inspiration was Balraj Pehlwan who was from his native village and he was trained under the guidance of coach Ralph.
Yogeshwar Dutt won the Gold Medal in the 2003 Common wealth Games. Yogeshwar had lost his father on 3 August 2006 just nine days before he boarded the flight to Doha for the Asian Games. He also sustained a knee injury, but despite all the emotional and physical trauma he managed to win the bronze in the 60 kilogram category at the 15th Asian Games at Doha. Yogeshwar's second appearance at the Olympics. He represented India in 60 kilogram freestyle wrestling at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He earned his berth for the Olympics by winning gold at the 2008 Asian Championships in March 2008 held at Jeju City in South Korea. 2014 Commonwealth Games. Yogeshwar Dutt won the gold medal in the men's 65 kg freestyle category by beating Canada's Jevon Balfour 10-0 in the finals. 2014 Asian Games Yogeshwar Dutt won the gold in the 65kg freestyle wrestling category by defeating Zalimkhan Yusupov of Tajikistan in the final at the Asian games 2014. Dutt won a closely fought final 3-0.
Martyr Pradeep Grewal (born on 3 March 1978) was ASI in Police Department. He belongs to Village Samchana in Rohtak Haryana. Pradeep Grewal,the young energetic and Brilliant boy was recruited by Haryana Police when He was only Twenty years Old. While in Police , he settled very important Critical And Crucial cases while staying in Murthal Police Station, Sadar Sonipat, C.I.A Staff, S.IT Staff. On 21-08-2015, during his duty, he was martyred in an encounter with the goons in Gohana,Rohtak. In the memory of Martyr Pradeep Grewal, the S.IT staff has constructed a temple inside the police station in Sector-7. He was a very Active and Honest man, he was a very kind hearted person.
The family of Shaheed Pradeep Grewal has created a Charitable Society in Sonipat by his name in his memory, Through which public works are done from time to time like Free Blood Donation Camps For Society, Free education for poor children, Free food and clothing for orphans, Getting married to poor girls