BDB QRST Rohtas Maurya clocks 1:48:00 hrs in the TFA – 18 to 35 years age group
The first All India Fire Service Sports & Fire Service Meet was organized by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Government of India FIT India and All India Fire Service Sports Control Board at the Tyagaraj Stadium, South Delhi. The event was organised for the first time with the aim of promoting Fire Drill and Fire Safety services at a National level. Around 1540 contestants from over 10 states in India and 12 Semi government Industries participated in the National competition.
Bharat Diamond Bourse’s “Security & Fires Safety department” too participated in the event including 65 participants from different states, BDB QRST Rohtas Maurya achieved the great feat of becoming the runner up in the TFA (Toughest Firefighter Alive) 18 to 35 age group event and clocked the drill in. All credit to Mr. Rohtas Maurya for his hard work, dedication and continuous practice that has led him to achieve this huge feat. The first and third place winners were from the Army whereas Mr. Rohtas Maurya being a civilian has through his grit, determination and practice has competed among army men to achieve the Runner up position. This achievement has indeed earned Mr. Maurya accolades from the entire BDB and according to Mr. Anoop Mehta, President of BDB, “We are indeed proud to have Mr. Rohtas Maurya in our team”. Mr. Mehul Shah, Vice President added, “On behalf of the entire committee of BDB I wish to congratulate Mr. Rohtas Maurya on this great, achievement and no wonder the Bourse is secured and safe due to all the fit team members that are in the BDB “Security & Fires Safety department”. Mr. Rohtas being a civilian has competed with Armymen and has achieved this highest honour. Heartiest congratulations to Mr. Rohtas Maurya.”

In the competition it is mandatory for every partricipant to complete the following drills:
. 30 Km Cycling
. 5 Km Running
. Fire Drill with BA Set
. 50 kg Dummy lifting for 60 meters
. 50 steps of Stairs
. Crawling for 50 meters