What Did PM Modi Tell Tokyo Bound Indian Athletes Now?

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today spoke to Tokyo 2020 bound Indian Olympics team. In a series of personal chat with each of the players from all the segment of the game, he cheered and told the players to stay positive.

    He began by talking to them including players in the field of Track, Boxing, Tennis, Hockey and other.

    India is proud of every player who is representing our nation in @Tokyo2020 . Through the NaMo App, you can extend your best wishes to the team. Let us keep the momentum and #Cheer4India. PM Modi to team india

    Here is the series of the Twitter Chats he had with the players

    @sharathkamal1 have worked hard and enhanced the popularity of Table Tennis among the youth. Had the opportunity to interact with him. #Cheer4India

    India is proud of every player who is representing our nation in @Tokyo2020 . Through the NaMo App, you can extend your best wishes to the team. Let us keep the momentum and #Cheer4India.

    Being an athlete requires a rigorous schedule and hardwork. I asked @Pvsindhu1  about her love for ice-cream and also interacted with her parents.

    PM Modi cheers Tokyo 2020 Bound Indian Athletes

    भारतीय हॉकी टीम के कप्तान @manpreetpawar07  ने बताया कि किस प्रकार पूरी टीम ओलंपिक में भारत के पुराने गौरव को फिर से हासिल करने के लिए जी जान से जुटी हुई है। #Cheer4India

    विनेश फोगाट जी को विश्वास है कि इस बार वो ओलंपिक में अपना सर्वश्रेष्ठ  प्रदर्शन करेंगी। @Phogat_Vinesh  #Cheer4India

    Spoke to @MirzaSania  about the upcoming Olympics. She spoke about the change in India’s sporting environment in the last few years, which has helped young talent. #Cheer4India

    I asked @swim_sajan  about how his Mother inspired him and how he overcame injury to excel in swimming. Sharing what he said. #Cheer4India

    Players like @manikabatra_TT  have excelled in sports and at the same time are doing commendable community service. Kudos to  Manika. Sharing the video of our interaction. #Cheer4India

    I have been closely observing the progress of @elavalarivan

     in the field of sports and I am extremely proud of what she has accomplished. Do hear what she said about her sporting journey… #Cheer4India

    The remarkable @MangteC  is a household name across India. I asked her about how she inspires other athletes. She also spoke about what her children have to say about her busy schedule. #Cheer4India

    When will Olympics in Tokyo be held

    Based on information provided by the WHO at the time, IOC President Thomas Bach and Japanese Prime Minister ABE Shinzō concluded that the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 would be held in their complete form and not later than summer 2021.

    The Prime Minister of Japan reiterated that the government of Japan stands ready to fulfil its responsibility for hosting these successful Games. At the same time, IOC President Thomas Bach stressed the full commitment of the IOC to successful Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

    Following today’s decision, the IOC President said: “I want to thank the International Federations for their unanimous support and the Continental Associations of National Olympic Committees for the great partnership and their support in the consultation process over the last few days. I would also like to thank the IOC Athletes’ Commission, with whom we have been in constant contact.

    With this announcement, I am confident that, working together with the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Japanese Government and all our stakeholders, we can master this unprecedented challenge. Humankind currently finds itself in a dark tunnel. These Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 can be a light at the end of this tunnel.”


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