PM Narendra Modi humorously took Neeraj Chopra’s class, promise to feed him Churma was not fulfilled, watch video

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Prime Minister Modi on Friday interacted personally and online with the athletes going to the Paris Olympics. Meanwhile, PM Modi had a virtual conversation with Neeraj Chopra, boxer Nikhat Zareen and two-time Olympic medalist badminton player PV Sindhu. Prime Minister Narendra Modi joked to Neeraj Chopra that he had not yet sent Churma, to which the Olympic and world champion javelin thrower promised to feed him Churma this time.

“Churma has not come for you yet,” said Prime Minister Modi, taunting Neeraj, who was engaged in an online conversation. “Sir, we will take Churma this time,” Neeraj said. We will feed you Churma with sugar for the last time in Delhi but we will feed you desi ghee Churma from Haryana, to which the Prime Minister said, I want to eat Churma made by your mother for the last time.After the Tokyo Olympics, Modi served Churma to Chopra and two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu at his residence. .

India is sending a contingent of around 120 athletes to the Paris Olympics and hopes that this time they will do better than the Tokyo Olympics. India won seven medals at the Tokyo Olympics, including Neeraj Chopra’s gold medal in javelin.

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The Prime Minister wished Neeraj Chopra to stay healthy and avoid injury. Neeraj continued, “I have played very few tournaments this year because I was injured in the middle. Practice is going very well and we will try to give 100 percent for the country. Tokyo was my first Olympics in which I won gold and it was because I had no fear and I believed in my training.

He said, “I will tell all the players to give their best without fearing anyone. If we work so hard away from home, we can beat anyone.” Prime Minister Modi said, “You have given very useful information. May you be in good health, no new injuries.

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