New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi is addressing the 90th episode of the 'Mann Ki Baat' programme on Sunday. Due to this, he is referring to the suggestions received from the countrymen. Prime Minister Modi referred to the days of the 1975 disaster.
Talking about Olympic winner Neeraj Chopra, Prime Minister Modi said, "In the past, our Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra was again in the limelight. Even after the Olympics, they, one after the other, are setting new records of success. In Finland, Neeraj won silver at the Paavo Nurmi Games. At the same time, he also broke his own Javelin Throw record. In the Kuortane games, Neeraj once again brought glory to the country by winning gold. He won this gold in such conditions when the weather there was also very bad.''
At the same time, PM Modi also mentioned the Shantaraj Olympiad while talking about many players. He said that there is going to be an international tournament for such a sport in India, which was born in our own country centuries ago. This event is for the Chess Olympiad starting from July 28. This time, more than 180 countries are taking part in the Chess Olympiad. Talking to Indian women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj, she said, "Mithali is one of the most talented cricketers in the country. He announced his retirement from cricket this month, which has made many sports lovers emotional. I wish Mithali all the very best for her future.''