Tokyo Olympics: Prime Minister Modi Gives Best Wishes to the Indian Contingent

On Olympic Day, PM Narendra Modi wished the Indian Contingent going to the Olympics luck, and showed gratitude and remembered all Olympians who have made the country proud.

Narendra Modi wishes the Indian Tokyo Paralympics Contingent
Narendra Modi wishes the Indian Tokyo Paralympics Contingent

The Tokyo Olympics are now just 30 days away. With the pressure mounting on every country to send its best contingent to the Olympics, these Games will definitely be exciting. With the likes of Bajrang Punia, Vinesh Phogat, Mary Kom, Deepika Kumari and others a part of the Indian contingent this year, India’s hopes of winning its best ever medal tally at the Olympics is high.

On 23rd June, PM Narendra Modi tweeted to the athletes going to the Tokyo Olympics, wishing them good luck. He also put up and interesting quiz to try in the upcoming days to the Tokyo Olympics.

Olympic Day: Modi Remembers all Olympians who Have Represented India

23rd June is also known as Olympic Day. On this day Prime Minister Narendra Modi remembered and showed gratitude towards all athletes who have represented India at the Olympics and made the country proud.

Tokyo Olympics: Kiren Rijiju thanks Modi; wishes all Indian Olympians

Kiren Rijiju
Kiren Rijiju

India’s Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju thanked Narendra Modi for wishing the Indian Contingent and he himself wished the athletes in a tweet earlier today.

Rijiju aslo wished athletes all over the world on Olympic Day, showing gratitude and enthusiasm towards the Olympics.

With the Tokyo Olympics all set to begin in a month in the middle of the COVID 19 pandemic. There is pressure on the IOC and Japan to organise a safe and secure Olympics, with the medical system already strained. The Olympic Village photos were revealed just recently, showing the excellent accommodations for athletes.

Also read: Pictures: Take a look at Tokyo Olympics Village