PM congratulates the Indian team competing at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Prime Minister Narendra Modis felicitated the Indian contingent for the Commonwealth Games 2022 in New Delhi . India won 22 Gold, 16 Silver, and 23 Bronze medals in various disciplines in various disciplines .

New Delhi (India), August 13: Both athletes and their coaches attended Prime Minister Narendra Modi's felicitation of the Indian contingent for the Commonwealth Games 2022 here in New Delhi.Prime Minister Anurag Thakur of the United States Department of Youth and Sports, and Minister of Education and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur, and Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Nisith Pramanik, were among those present.The Prime Minister praised the players and coaches for their outstanding showing at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, where India won 22 Gold, 16 Silver, and 23 Bronze medals in various disciplines.The Prime Minister said that it is a matter of pride that the country is entering the Azadi ka Amrit Kaal with a shining feat as a result of the great hard work of the athletes.

Many people would sleep with alarms set up so they could stay up to date with the events.We are celebrating victory today, according to the Prime Minister, despite his commitment at the time of the contingents send-off, as many medals were omitted by the smallest possible margins, which will soon be rectified by the determined players.India has found a new way to win in four new games as compared to last time, he said.The athletes have excelled in everything from lawn bowls to athletics.

The Prime Minister also outlined the achievements of India's daughters in boxing, judo, and wrestling, as well as their domination in the CWG 2022 debate.The athletes have boosted the nation's resolve by giving the athletes the opportunity to celebrate and be proud, according to the Prime Minister, who said 31 medals came from players making their debuts.Despite the differences in methods, the Prime Minister said that the athletes inspire the youth of the country to excel in other areas.You weave the country in the unity of thought and dream, which was also one of the greatest strengths of our freedom struggle, he said.

The Prime Minister expressed sorrow for the players who emerged from the Khelo India stage and had excelled on the international stage, citing its strength.He also talked about the positive effect of TOPS, the ambitious Olympic Podium Scheme, on the individuals who participated in it.The Prime Minister stressed the need to expand our efforts to recruit fresh talent and take them to the podium.We have a responsibility to provide a global sporting environment that is inclusive, diverse, and dynamic.He emphasized that no talent should be forgotten.

The Prime Minister advised the athletes to prepare well for the forthcoming Asian Games and Olympic Games.Last year, the Prime Minister encouraged the athletes and their staff to help children by visiting 75 schools and educational institutions across the region.The Prime Minister's felicitation was part of his continuing efforts to inspire athletes who represent India in major sporting competitions.Last year, the Prime Minister spoke with the Indian athletes contingent preparing for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the Indian para-athletic squad for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.