Lovlina wins bronze medal, entire country including Modi-Shah glorifying
Lovlina wins bronze medal, entire country including Modi-Shah glorifying

Noted boxer Lavlina Borgohain missed out on changing the color of her medal at the Tokyo Olympics. In the 69 kg semi-finals, Lovlina was defeated 5-0 by defending Turkish world champion Bunaj Surmenelli. Assam's 23-year-old Lavlina will have to settle for a bronze medal. However, Lovlina is the third overall and second female boxer to win a medal for India in the history of the Olympics. At the same time, several stars of the country including President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Narendra Modi, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh have greeted Lavlina.



PM Modi tweeted, "Have fought a lot, Lovlina! His success in the boxing ring inspires many Indians. His perseverance and determination are commendable. Best wishes to her on winning the bronze medal. Congratulations on their future efforts.'' President Ram Nath Kovind also tweeted, "Best wishes to Lovlina Borgohain! You have made the country proud with your hard work and determination. Your bronze medal in boxing at the Olympic Games will inspire youngsters, especially young women, to fight challenges and make their dreams a reality.''



Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted, "You fought like a winner, Lavlina Borgohain. Your hard work and passion for doing well for India will definitely inspire our youth. My heartiest congratulations to you on winning a bronze medal at Tokyo Olympics.''


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