Bhopal: A young man from Madhya Pradesh made such an act that he was likened to the world's fastest sprinter, Usain Bolt. This young man hails from Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh. Rameshwar Gurjar, 19, has surprised everyone by reaching close to Usain Bolt's record as he ran barefoot. His empty-footed video has gone viral on social media.
The video has created a sensation on social media, and Sports Minister Kiran Rijiju has assured Rameshwar to join the Athletes' Academy, while Shivraj Singh Chouhan has praised Rameshwar Gurjar. Seeing the video of runner Rameshwar Gurjar, Sports Minister Kiran Rijiju tagged former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Twitter and wrote, "Shivrajji, ask somebody to take it (runner) to me. I will arrange to keep him in an athletic academy.
Former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan had sought a serpent from Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju via Twitter to give runner Rameshwar Gurjar a good chance and platform. State Sports Minister Jitu Patwari has also said that Rameshwar will be given better training in Bhopal. Inviting Rameshwar to Bhopal on Tuesday, Sports Minister Patwari told the officials, "If such talent is given better sports facilities, good shoes and training, it can cover a distance of 100 metres in nine seconds."
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