Monday, August 16, 2021

Neeraj Chopra says that this is just a beginning


This is just the beginning: Neeraj Chopra

NEW DELHI: India's first-since forever gold medallist in olympic style sports in the Olympics, Neeraj Chopra, on Sunday communicated his delight in the wake of going to the 75th Independence Day festivities at Red Fort, saying "it feels incredible" that the whole country is glad for the set of experiences that was made in Tokyo. 

India's Olympic saints including Neeraj, Mirabai Chanu, Ravi Dahiya alongside authorities of the Sports Authority of India (SAI) went to the Independence Day festivities. 

"I can't communicate the inclination. It was truly extraordinary. I'm regarded to go to the Independence Day festivities at the Red Fort. As an officer or a competitor, my heart is loaded with feeling when I see the public banner soaring. It caused me to feel pleased," said Neeraj uninvolved of the felicitation work coordinated by the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) at the Ashoka lodging. 

"This is only the start of the excursion. A kid from a basic family like me has gotten a top pick of the entire country. The sort of help we (competitors) are getting from the public authority is huge. It will assist us with working more and win more awards for the country," he added. 

Neeraj got Rs 75 lakh prize from the IOA. "I need to thank the IOA for a flawless function and backing," he added. 

Gotten some information about his wellbeing as Neeraj was down with fever before, the Javelin star said, "he is fine".

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