"It's unfortunate that the doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa, who won the Canada Open title recently, is not part of the TOP Scheme," the CM wrote.
A Ministry official confirmed that Jwala and Ashwini will be included in the next list of Target Olympic Podium athletes.
"It is a fantastic win. We have been playing well and have been consistent. Winning the tournament just before the world championship is a great boost." said Ashwini
The Indian women's doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa clinched the 2015 Canada Open title, after beating the Netherlands pair of Eefge Muskens and Selena Piek 21-19 21-16 in the final.
The 2011 World Championships bronze medal-winning pair of Jwala-Ashwini on Thursday overcame the Dutch combination of Samantha Barning and Iris Tabeling 16-21, 21-16, 21-17 in 47 minutes.
Jwala and Ashwini, who won the women's doubles bronze at the 2011 World Championships, reached the semi-finals of the US Open Grand Prix Gold which helped them rise up the ladder.
Manu Attri, Sumeeth Reddy defeated fourth seeds Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda of Japan 21-17, 21-17 in a 34-minute match to set up a summit clash with Chinese combo of Junhui Li and Yuchen Liu.
Sixteenth seed Sai eased past Hong Kong's 12th seed NG Ka Long Angus 21-8 21-14 in 32 minutes on Friday.
Srikanth and the women's doubles pair of Jwala-Ashwini were ousted from the Australian Open following their defeat in the second round on Thursday.
Commonwealth Games bronze medallist RMV Gurusaidutt and mixed doubles pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Ashwini Ponnappa reached the main draw of the USD 750,000 Australian Open badminton tournament.
Kashyap defeated Wong 21-17, 21-13 in 39 minutes to enter the second of round Badminton Asia Championships.
Jwala and Ashwini got the better of Korean combo of Go Ah Ra and Yoo Hae Won 21-12, 21-16 to reach the second round of women's doubles competition.
Gutta lashed out at the Indian government after finding herself left out of the scheme to fund the country's top prospective medal winners at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Gutta and Ponnappa were ousted from the second round 10-21, 13-21 in 36 minutes to the World No.1 pair Qing and Yunlei.
World No.3 Saina Nehwal registered a comfortable 21-8, 21-12 victory over qualifier and World No.53 Bellaetrix Manuputty.
Jwala-Ashwini defeated Malaysian team of Anscelly and Cho Soong 21-12, 20-22, 21-14 in 51 minutes to reach the second round.
The Indo-Russian pair lost to English third seeds Chris and Gabrielle Adcock 19-21, 15-21 in 37 minutes.
Two other Indians are in the top-25 of men's singles with Kidambi Srikanth at No.5 and H S Prannoy at No.18.
Saina jumped a place to No.4 in women's singles, Srikanth made a leap of six places in the men's singles rankings.
Srikanth grabbed all the headlines by pulling off the biggest upset of his career when he beat Lin Dan to win the men's singles title at the $700,000 tournament.
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