Paris Olympics 2024: Athletes met PM Modi before leaving for Paris for the Olympics, Prime Minister gave victory mantra

Before the departure of the players for Paris Olympics, PM Modi had a special meeting with them on Friday. During this, the PM also gave the victory mantra to the players. India is sending a team of about 120 players for the Paris Olympics and it is hoped that this time they will perform better than the Tokyo Olympics. India had won seven medals in the Tokyo Olympics, including Naresh Chopra’s gold medal in javelin throw.

PM gave victory mantra to the players

At the same time, PM Modi also had a virtual conversation with Neeraj Chopra, boxer Nikhat Zareen and two-time Olympic medalist badminton player PV Sindhu. Apart from this, he gave a victory mantra to those going to the Olympics for the first time. The PM said, you are in the mood to go to the Olympics and win and I am in the mood to welcome you when you come back after winning. I try to keep meeting the stars of our country associated with the sports world, keep learning new things and keep understanding their efforts and as a government, if there is a need for some change in the system, some efforts need to be increased, then I keep working in this direction. My effort is to have direct communication with everyone.

PM Modi further said that we are going to play, we are going to perform our best. Olympics is also a huge field of learning. There are many opportunities for learning for those who work with a learning attitude. There is no dearth of opportunities for those who want to live without complaints. People from countries like ours who go there have to face many difficulties and inconveniences, but they have their country and their tricolor flag in their hearts. I have full faith that this time too you will bring glory to India in the field of sports.

During this, the PM interacted with top badminton player and two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu. Sindhu said, I am going to represent India in the Olympics for the third time. I won a silver medal in 2016 and in 2020 I won a bronze medal. I hope to change the color of the medal this year, I hope for another medal this year. Apart from this, the PM also discussed with Olympic gold medalist javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra before participating in the Paris Olympics.

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