Hockey player Manpreet Singh and boxer Mary Kom led the Indian contingent at the Tokyo Olympic Ceremony. The live ceremony was watched with enthusiasm and best wishes by the parents, coaches and fans of the players participating in the Olympics from Tricity. His mother and family were very excited to see Manpreet Singh holding the tricolor in his hand.
There can be no bigger scene than this
Manpreet Singh is a resident of Mithapur village of Jalandhar. He is leading the Indian hockey team in the Tokyo Olympics. He led the Indian contingent at the Olympic Ceremony. When Manpreet Singh’s mother Manjeet Kaur saw the live ceremony in the village on the TV screen, her eyes filled with tears and pointing to the TV screen said.. O dekh my shaved aa gaya. Manjeet Kaur said that I am proud of my son. There can be no other scene like this, this moment will remain like a memorable moment for me. I will never forget this scene.
Family trusts Anjum
Indian shooting team player Anjum Moudgil’s mother Shubh and father Sudarshan Moudgil in Tokyo Olympics say they have faith in their daughter. She will definitely win a medal for the country. The opening ceremony of Tokyo Olympics was watched live by the Moudgil family at their residence in Sector-37.
Chopra is a strong contender for the medal
Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra started the javelin throw at Tau Devi Lal Stadium. The then coach Naseem Ahmed said that Neeraj is one of the strong contenders to win a medal in javelin throw at the Olympics. Naseem Ahmed watched the live ceremony of Tokyo Olympics live and gave his best wishes.
Team India encouraged
The youth and sportspersons of the city also did not lag behind in boosting the enthusiasm of the players of Team India in the Olympic Ceremony. The youth watched live on the big screen with the tricolor in their hands and hoped that their players would bring glory to the country with medals.