Apart from Pramod Bhagat, India’s second shuttler Manoj Sarkar won the Bronze Medal in the Badminton Men’s Singles SL3 event at the Tokyo Paralympics. Named.
- Pramod Bhagat brought gold to India
- Bronze medal in the name of Manoj Sarkar
- India has 17 medals so far in Tokyo
New Delhi: In the Tokyo Paralympics, the fourth gold medal has come in India’s account. Pramod Bhagat became the champion in the Badminton Men’s Singles SL3 event.
- Pramod created history
Badminton has been included in the Paralympic Games for the first time this year. World number one player Pramod Bhagat has become the first Indian to win a gold medal in the Paralympics. Bhagat defeated second seed Daniel Bethell 21-14 21-17 in a thrilling 45-minute final at the Yoyogi National Stadium.
- PM Modi congratulates Pramod
PM Narendra Modi has congratulated the Golden Boy. He wrote on Twitter, ‘Pramod Bhagat has won the hearts of the entire nation, he is a champion. His success will motivate millions of people. He showed tremendous determination. Congratulations to him for winning gold in badminton. Best wishes for his future.
- Manoj won bronze
India’s second shuttler Manoj Sarkar won the Bronze Medal in the Badminton Men’s Singles Class SL3 event of the Tokyo Paralympics.
- PM encouraged Manoj
PM Narendra Modi has also praised Manoj, he wrote on Twitter, “Excited by the excellent performance of Manoj Sarkar, congratulations for bringing Bronze medal in Badminton. Many best wishes to him for the future.
- India’s 17 medals in Paralympics
With 4 gold, 7 silver and 6 bronze, a total of 17 medals have now come in India’s account, India has reached number 25 in the medal tally of Tokyo Paralympics. Which is the best performance of this country in the history of this game.