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Birmingham: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s condolences to Pooja Gehlat, who wept after winning the bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in England, is drawing praise not only from India but also from Pakistan.
The 72nd Commonwealth Games are underway in Birmingham, England. 72 countries including India have participated in this competition.
Indian players are performing well in this Commonwealth tournament. As of yesterday, India was 5th in the medal table.
Commonwealth opening ceremony.. Indian team led by BV Sindhu and Manpreet.. Leaders greet
That means Indian players have won 34 medals including 12 gold, 11 silver and 11 bronze. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Thirelapathi Murmu, Union Ministers and State Chief Ministers are praising the athlete who wins medals in the Commonwealth Games. Due to this, every player is working as an inspiration and collecting medals for the country.
Bronze for Pooja Gelat
In this case, the women’s 50 kg prestyle wrestling competition was held yesterday. India’s Pooja Gehlot won the bronze medal. However, he lamented not being able to win gold for the country and wept. The related videos were released on the websites.
Condolences to Prime Minister Modi
Seeing this, Prime Minister Modi consoled Pooja Gehlat. Regarding this, he tweeted, “Pooja, your medal deserves celebration. You don’t have to apologize. Your journey inspires us. Your success makes us happy. You can achieve great things in the future” he said encouragingly.
Praise for Modi
In this situation, many people are praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi. People are praising him as Prime Minister. In this context, Pakistani journalist Siraj Hasan criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi by pointing at him. He also praised Narendra Modi.
Look at India…
In this regard, Pakistani journalist Siraj Hasan said on his Twitter page, “India presents its athletes well. Prime Minister Modi has condoled Pooja Khelat’s bronze medal and expressed regret for not winning the gold medal. Have you seen Pakistan Prime Minister or President doing this?. Do they know whether Pakistani athletes have won medals?” he asked.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s consolation to Pooja Gehlot, who wept after winning a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in England, has drawn praise not only from India but also from Pakistan.
Story first published: Sunday, August 7, 2022, 18:00 [IST]
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