The village of Panipat is preparing to welcome his son Neeraj Chopra: La Tribune Inde
Tribune press service
Panipat, August 8
Celebrations continued on Sunday in Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra’s village of Khandra, as family members and villagers danced to the rhythm of the “dhol”.
Hard work paid off
Neeraj only spoke to us 15-20 seconds after winning the gold medal. He said, ‘I did what I said.’ The struggle of all family members and Neeraj’s hard work paid off. – Bhimsen Chopra, Neeraj’s uncle
A flood of people visited Chopra’s house all day to congratulate her family. The 23-year-old javelin thrower won India’s second individual gold medal in Olympic history thanks to a sensational performance in Tokyo. Meanwhile, the village is preparing to welcome his son.
Interior Minister Anil Vij, local lawmaker Pramod Vij and BJP chairman of Archana Gupta district visited the village of Neeraj and congratulated his parents and relatives.
“I have come here to congratulate and greet the parents of gold medalist Neeraj Chopra, who brought laurels to the country on the world stage. For many years the country aspired to the gold medal. Neeraj did it. He made history, ”said Vij, who touched the feet of Neeraj’s parents. He congratulated the family for passing on good values to Neeraj, who dedicated the gold medal to the legendary Milkha Singh.
Gharaunda MP Harvinder Kalyan and other dignitaries also visited Neeraj’s home to congratulate the family.
On the issue of marriage, Bhimsen Chopra, Neeraj’s uncle, said: “He is only 23 years old. There is no emergency. In addition, there is a condition before he gets married. Play two more Olympics and earn more medals. “
Neeraj will reach India on Monday evening. “The program to welcome him back to the village will not be decided until after the official events,” he added.