Indian players gave special gifts to PM Modi, Nikhat gave gloves and Hima gave them
Indian Athletes on PM Modi: Indian athletes who returned from the recently concluded Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham met PM Modi on Saturday. This meeting was organized at the residence of PM Modi itself. During this, PM Modi appreciated the achievements and efforts of Indian players. At the same time, Indian players gave some special gifts to PM Modi. Nikhat Zareen gifted him boxing gloves and Hima Das gifted him a traditional Assamese gamchha. After this meeting, Indian players are sharing their pictures with PM Modi on social media.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist boxer Nikhat tweeted, ‘Honored to gift the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sir the boxing gloves signed by all the boxers. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. Had a wonderful day with my fellow players who made the country proud.
Honored to gift the boxing gloves signed by all the pugilists to our honorable Prime Minister @narendramodi sir. Thank you for this amazing opportunity.🙏
A great day spent with my fellow athletes who have made the country proud. pic.twitter.com/A0YtlOujUA
— Nikhat Zareen (@nikhat_zareen) August 14, 2022
Sprinter Hima Das also shared a picture on Twitter giving a gift to PM Modi. He wrote, ‘Excited to receive blessings from our honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. I am fortunate that I got a chance to present her our traditional gamchha as a gift.
Elated to receive blessings from our honorable Prime Minister – Shri @narendramodi Ji, by virtue of Commonwealth Games 2022 🙏🏻🇮🇳
Fortunate to have presented him with our traditional gamcha, wrapped with immense gratitude from all of Assam@narendramodi pic.twitter.com/Q5tZvNd0M9
— Hima (mon jai) (@HimaDas8) August 14, 2022
A year after winning the historic silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics, Commonwealth Games gold medalist champion weightlifter Mirabai Chanu thanked the Prime Minister for his encouraging words. Chanu wrote, ‘I am honored to have met and interacted with Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi sir. Thank you sir for your support and encouragement. Jai Hind.’
Honored to meet & interact with our Honorable Prime Minister @narendramodi Sir. Thank you so much sir for all your support & encouragement.
Jai Hind pic.twitter.com/2kvBAvPHlL
— Saikhom Mirabai Chanu (@mirabai_chanu) August 14, 2022
From badminton player Chirag Shetty, Lakshya Sen to para table tennis player Bhavina Patel also thanked the conversation with PM Modi as inspirational and encouraging.
Thank You Sir for sparing your valuable time and inviting us over to your residence. It was like always a delight to speak with you.😊😇 https://t.co/heG5tVUVCM
— Chirag Shetty (@Shettychirag04) August 13, 2022
What a great day for all the athletes #gratitude
Thank you so much Sir for appreciating our hard work and for your words of encouragement.
We are all very grateful for your support.
Will continue to make our nation proud. Jai Hind! https://t.co/kjhLZkSgg7
— Lakshya Sen (@lakshya_sen) August 13, 2022
Meeting Hon. PM @narendramodi ji once again, interacting with him and seeking blessing was motivating and inspiring as always. His keen interest in our performances and detailed conversations are very gratifying! pic.twitter.com/Ka7n8AJaHK
— Bhavina Patel PLY (@BhavinaOfficial) August 14, 2022
Congratulating the Indian contingent who returned from Birmingham, the Prime Minister said on Saturday that the golden era of Indian sports is knocking and there is no need to sit quietly after being satisfied with the good performance.
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