Report: Udhav Krishna
Patna. Kriti Raj Singh, daughter of Bihar’s capital Patna, has brought laurels to the country in the Junior Commonwealth Championship held on November 28 and 29 in Auckland, New Zealand. Kriti has won six gold medals in the Sub-Junior Powerlifting Commonwealth Championship held in New Zealand. His victory has increased the respect of the country. Kriti Raj reached Patna by registering victory in this competition. Today, when Kriti Raj Singh returned home after winning the medal, her father’s eyes lit up with happiness. He says that he had mortgaged his land to send his daughter to this championship.
Kriti is the youngest of five sisters. Three brothers are studying. Kriti completed her 10th standard from Infant Jesus Academy, Khusruppur. Then did intermediate studies from BD Public College. Presently she is doing BPEd from Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Guwahati.
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joy after struggle
A huge crowd of people including Kriti’s family gathered at Patna airport. People gave a grand welcome to Kriti. Kriti Raj is the daughter of a farmer. Father Lalan Singh and mother Sunaina Devi made Kriti’s mouth sweet. During this, Kriti told that I did not expect that I would bring 6 gold medals. I believed in one. I have been fond of sports since childhood. I have been going to the gym, where Karan Kumar encouraged me to take up weight lifting. Then under his supervision I have reached this point today.
Behind the success of Kriti Raj Singh, there is a big contribution of her father and coach. This is the reason why she gives credit for this to her entire family and her coach Karan. Father Lalan Singh mortgaged his farm to send his daughter to Auckland. At the same time, Kriti’s mother told that she herself is not educated, but she has always struggled to educate all her sons and daughters and fulfill their goal. Kriti did not let the struggle of her parents go away.
Tags: Bihar News, gold medal, PATNA NEWS
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 05, 2022, 19:44 IST