New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will talk to the Indian players going to the Tokyo Olympics on July 13, while three days later the first batch of Indian players will leave.
This conversation will be virtual due to the corona epidemic
The government’s public participation platform ‘MyGovIndia’ tweeted, “Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will talk to him to encourage the Indian athletes going to the Olympics for Tokyo to be held from 23rd July to 8th August.”
India’s first team will leave from Air India. More than 120 players from India have qualified for Tokyo Olympics. The Indian Olympic Association has not yet officially announced the number of players.
Players should be supported without putting pressure on them: PM Narendra Modi
Let us tell you, earlier in ‘Mann Ki Baat’, PM Modi said for the players who have qualified for the Olympics that the country should support them during the Tokyo Games without putting pressure on them. The Prime Minister said, “Most of the players in our country come from small towns, cities and villages. Our Olympic team going to Tokyo also includes many such players whose life inspires a lot.
PM mentioned Priyanka Goswami
Priyanka Goswami of Uttar Pradesh will represent the country in 20 km walk. His father is a bus conductor. PM Modi said, “Priyanka’s father is a bus conductor. As a child, Priyanka loved the bag that medal winners get. In this attraction, he took part in the walking competition for the first time. Now, today she is its big champion.
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