Earlier, Modi gave an important message to the Indian players playing in the Olympics.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will invite all the Indian Olympic players as a special guest to the Red Fort on August 15 i.e. on the occasion of Independence Day. The PM will give a special invitation to the Indian Olympic team as a special guest. The Prime Minister will personally meet and interact with all of them around that time. India’s 228-member contingent is participating in the Olympics, which includes 119 players. Let us tell you that the Indian Olympic contingent includes PV Sindhu, Manu Bhaker, MC Mary Kom, Mirabai Chanu, Vinesh Phogat, Deepika Kumar.
Not only this, earlier Modi had given an important message to the Indian players playing in the Olympics. In his message, the PM had said that Indian sportspersons get such enthusiasm when the right talent is encouraged. He said- ‘Our players are doing their best in every game. The high confidence of New India is visible in every sport in this Olympics. Our players are challenging players and teams better than themselves.
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Let us tell you that the Prime Minister had said, ‘The passion, passion and spirit of Indian players is at the highest level today. This confidence comes when the right talent is identified, it is encouraged. This confidence comes when systems change, become transparent. This new confidence is becoming the hallmark of New India.
It is worth noting that so far Mirabai Chanu has won silver in weightlifting and PV Sindhu bronze in badminton for India. At present, India is at number 63 in the list of countries with two medals. At the same time, after India’s defeat in the men’s hockey event of the Tokyo Olympic Games, Modi had said that defeat and victory are part of life. Wishing the team all the best for the future, he said the Indian team did its best and that’s what matters. The Indian men’s hockey team lost 2-5 to world champions Belgium in the semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympic Games after losing three goals within the last 11 minutes.
July 31 has proved to be a historic day for Indian hockey in Tokyo Olympics 2020. Indian women’s hockey team has made it to the quarter-finals of the Tokyo Olympics. For the first time in the history of the Olympics, the Indian team has reached the quarter-finals. Captain Rani Rampal’s team won 2 matches in the group stage, while losing 3 matches. Thereafter, the Indian team’s hopes of reaching the quarter-finals rested on the result between Great Britain and Ireland, where Britain won the match, paving the way for India to reach the quarter-finals. With this, the Indian team created history.