The Indian women’s cricket team received congratulations from Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday after capturing the gold medal at the Asian Games.
The Indian women’s cricket team received congratulations from Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday after capturing the gold medal at the Asian Games. In addition, Modi praised the performance of other medal winners and athletes while congratulating the men’s 10m air rifle team for taking home the gold medal at the Games.
“What a magnificent performance by our cricket team as they win the Asian Games gold in women’s cricket. The nation celebrates their outstanding accomplishment, he said. “With their talent, grit, skill, and teamwork, our daughters are keeping the tricolour flying high in the sporting arena as well. “Congratulations on your impressive win,” he continued.
He praised the air rifle team that took first place, saying, “Our fantastic shooters from the 10m Air Rifle Men’s Team, Rudrankksh Patil, Divyansh Panwar, and Aishwary Pratap Tomar have won the gold in truly awe-inspiring manner as they did so while shattering the world record.”
He praised the winners for their incredible display of talent and grit and wished them luck as they continue to soar to new heights. He expressed his congratulations to the men’s quadruple sculls rowing team of Satnam Singh, Parminder Singh, Sukhmeet, and Jakar Khan, saying their achievement had made the country proud.
Anish Bhanwala, Vijayveer Sidhu, and Adarsh Singh, the men’s 25m rapid fire pistol team, received appreciation from him as well for winning the bronze.
The Prime Minister also thanked Ashish, Bheem Singh, Jaswinder Singh, and Punit Kumar, who won the bronze medal in the men’s coxless four rowing team, as well as Aishwary Pratap Tomar, who took third place in the 10m air rifle competition.