To date, Anju Bobby George is India’s lone world championship medalist in athletics. PM Narendra Modi, according to the retired athlete, is boosting the country’s athletes. She’s also talked about how the Sports Ministers were when she was a competitor.
- India has won seven medals at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics 2020, comprising a gold, two silver, and four bronze.
- Anju Bobby George is India’s lone world championship medalist in athletics.
- PM Narendra Modi, according to the retired athlete, is boosting the country’s athletes.
India has won seven medals at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics 2020, comprising a gold, two silver, and four bronze. On Saturday, August 7, India’s final event of the competition saw Neeraj Chopra write athletics history by winning the men’s javelin throw final.
When it comes to athletics, retired athlete Anju Bobby George has spoken up on how Sports Ministers used to be during her time, and she also praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for promoting the country’s athletes.
Anju Bobby George praises PM Modi, and here’s why: “Our Indian government is devoting considerable emphasis to the Tokyo Olympics” (to the athletes). After earning the medals, the Prime Minister calls them directly. “No one wants to leave,” Anju Bobby George said on the Sony Sports channel. “This is the first time that it has happened like that. During our time, even our Sports Minister was a visitor in Olympic village. Even after winning the World Championship medal, India celebrated in a big way, but the Ministry side was nothing big.
Listen to Anju Bobby George on what has changed for athletes during the NDA rule and how sports minister and PM have been supporting them. pic.twitter.com/mVJq3qcFpM— Ankur (@iAnkurSingh) August 7, 2021