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President and PM congratulate Bhavinaben Patel on winning silver medal

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: India’s Bhavina Patel has created history by winning the silver medal in the ongoing Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Bhavina Patel is the first player to win a medal for India in Table Tennis. Appreciating Bhavina Patel, PM Modi has said that the journey of her life will inspire the youth to get into sports.

PM Modi tweeted and congratulated Bhavina Patel for winning the silver medal. PM Modi wrote, “Bhavina Patel has created history. Bhavina has brought India by winning the historic silver medal. Congratulations to them for this achievement. His journey will inspire the youth to get into sports.

President Ram Nath Kovind has said that Bhavina’s victory is a matter of pride for India. The President said, “Bhavina Patel has inspired the Indian team by winning the silver medal. It is a matter of great pride for India to win Bhavina’s medal. I congratulate Bhavina Patel on this wonderful achievement.

Won first silver medal in table tennis

Congratulating Bhavina, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu said, “Heartfelt congratulations to Bhavina Patel for winning the silver medal in women’s table tennis at the Tokyo Paralympics. Your success will encourage the Indian team and the young talent of the country. Best wishes for future successes.”

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar also congratulated Bhavina Patel for winning the medal. He wrote, “Congratulations Bhavina Patel for winning the silver medal.”

Let us tell you that Bhavina Patel had to face defeat at the hands of Ying of China in the final match of table tennis at Tokyo Paralympics. Bhavina, however, became the first table tennis player to win a silver medal for India. Before Bhavina, no Indian player could even reach the quarter-finals.

Bhavinaben Wins Silver: Bhavina Patel creates history by winning silver medal, opens India’s account in Tokyo Paralympics

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