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Tokyo Olympics: Kiren Rijiju spoke to Mirabai Chanu on the phone, said – the country is eagerly waiting for the star daughter to come

 

Highlights

  • Kiren Rijiju talks to Mirabai Chanu
  • Mirabai Chanu is coming back to India on 26th July
  • Mirabai Chanu has made the country proud – Kiren Rijiju

Delhi
Indian weightlifter Mirabai Chanu created history by winning the silver medal in the 49 kg category at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. The world’s number 2 female weightlifter has achieved this feat by participating in the 49 kg category. From PM Modi to cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, have congratulated Mirabai on social media. Meanwhile, former Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju had a phone conversation with the female athlete and congratulated her.

 

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Mirabai Chanu is coming back to India on 26th July
Kiren Rijiju tweeted, “It was a very special moment and a great feeling when I spoke with Mirabai Chanu right after winning the silver medal in the Olympics. She is coming back to India on 26th July. Bharat is eagerly waiting for its star daughter to return home!

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Mirabai Chanu has made the country proud – Kiren Rijiju
Kiren Rijiju tweeted and wrote, ‘India won the first medal in the Olympics. Mirabai Chanu won silver medal in 49kg women’s weightlifting and made India proud.

Mirabai Chanu raised the value of the country
Tokyo Olympics When in India Mirabai Chanu When he won a silver medal in weightlifting, then the head of the whole country went high with pride. This is India’s first medal in Tokyo Olympics 2021. Mirabai Chanu won silver medal in weightlifting at Tokyo Olympics. Mirabai Chanu was at number two after Snatch. After this, Mirabai Chanu managed to lift 110 kg in her first attempt of clean and jerk.

 

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