PM Modi Congratulates the Commonwealth Games medal-winning wrestlers


Wrestlers Win Medals At Commonwealth Games, PM Modi Congratulates

Vinesh Phogat, an Indian wrestler who won her third consecutive gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, was praised by PM Modi as one of India’s most accomplished athletes.

The Commonwealth Games gold medals for wrestlers Vinesh Phogat and Ravi Dahiya were praised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday.

He praised Ms. Phogat as one of India’s most accomplished athletes and noted that her victory at the Commonwealth Games, where she won gold for the third time in a row, was particularly noteworthy.

PM Modi said, “She personifies excellence and remarkable commitment to sports.”

He continued by saying that Mr. Dahiya played brilliantly and greatly elevated the national pride.

If one is passionate and committed, no dream is too big, Prime Minister Modi tweeted.

The prime minister praised Pooja Gehlot for fighting valiantly throughout the competition and displaying exceptional technical superiority to win a bronze medal in her wrestling division.

PM Modi added that he wished her luck in her future endeavors.

Putting aside the physical and mental challenges that held her back, a commanding Ms. Phogat pounced on her rivals to win a hat-trick of gold medals at the CWG, and Dahiya also won his gold-winning show with no opposition.

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