Tokyo 2020: The whole country is dancing: PM Narendra Modi tells Manpreet Singh after India’s bronze

Indian men’s hockey group finished India’s significant delay for an award at the Olympics on Thursday with an essential 5-4 success over Germany in the men’s bronze decoration match at Tokyo Olympics 2020. Before long the success, Indian commander Manpreet Singh got a call from Prime Minister Narendra Modi – who saluted the whole group for their heavenly show in the uber occasion.

“The Captain and Coach of the Indian Men’s Hockey Team had an unexpected guest after their noteworthy triumph earlier today in #Tokyo2020. Tune in and send in your desires as the nation commends a #Olympics decoration in hockey following 41 years. What’s more, remember to #Cheer4India,” Sports Authority of India (SAI) tweeted the video from its authority account.

Manpreet, numerous congrats to you and the whole group. You all have accomplished an extraordinary work, the entire nation is moving, my heart is full. If it’s not too much trouble, pass on my all the best to the whole group. We will meet on fifteenth where I have welcomed everyone,” Modi told Manpreet.

Modi had additionally addressed the group after their semi-last misfortune against Belgium. Group India boss mentor Graham Reid additionally addressed Modi. While Modi told the previous Australian player that his diligent effort had shown results for the group, Reid additionally said thanks to Modi for his reassuring words after the semi-last misfortune.

“Your words a few days ago get-togethers semi-last were awesome and exceptionally moving for us, thank you,” Reid told Modi.

Commending Indian group’s 5-4 success over Germany, Modi prior tweeted: “Noteworthy! A day that will be carved in the memory of each Indian. Congrats to our Men’s Hockey Team for getting back the Bronze. With this accomplishment, they have caught the creative mind of the whole country, particularly our childhood. India is glad for our Hockey group.”

The Prime Minister has welcomed the whole Indian unexpected that went to Tokyo Olympics 2020 as “exceptional visitors” at the Red Fort and will meet and cooperate with them on August 15.

Indian men’s hockey group, which has eight gold decorations to its name at the Olympics, had not won an award at the quadrennial occasion since 1980.

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