PM Modi wishes Indian players on the inauguration of Tokyo Paralympics, watch video

Tokyo Paralympic 2021: The opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games is being held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a video of the flag parade of Indian players on Twitter during the opening ceremony and wished them. He expressed hope that this time the players participating in the Paralympics will create history and illuminate the name of the country. The Tokyo Paralympic Games will be held from 24 August to 5 September 2021. This time 54 players from India are participating in this competition.

Modi tweeted video
PM Modi has shared a video of the Indian contingent doing a flag march at the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games on his Twitter account on Tuesday evening. He tweeted, “Good luck India! I am sure our Paralympic contingent will give its best and inspire others.”

In this video, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seen supporting the players by clapping in his office. So far thousands of people have liked and retweeted this video. It is worth noting that in the past, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a virtual dialogue with the players going to participate in the Paralympic Games. During this, he asked the players to play without pressure.

Cricket legends had given best wishes
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and Team India captain Virat Kohli recently congratulated the para athletes going to participate in the Tokyo Paralympics and called them real heroes. Apart from these, all the players have congratulated the para athletes.

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