Tokyo Paralympics: Talk to Prime Minister Modi after Babynaven Patel wins the silver medal.© Twitter
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Para Table Tennis player Babynaben Patel on Sunday to congratulate him on winning the silver medal at the Tokyo Paralympics. The Prime Minister praised her efforts and told Babyna that she had scripted history. He wanted her to do her best for her future efforts, sources said. Bhavinaben Patel is from Sundhiya in Vadnagar, Mehsana. When Prime Minister Modi told her she had been to Sandia frequently and asked if the whole family was still there, Babynaven replied that her parents were both there.
Silver medalist, @ Bhavina59068010 Receive a congratulatory call from Honorary Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi After winning a historic medal in #ParaTableTennis so # Tokyo2020 # Paralympics # Cheer4India # Praise4Para pic.twitter.com/3tGK3MTSEX
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President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President M Benkaia Naidu, Prime Minister Modi and other leaders congratulated Indian Para Table Tennis player Babina Benhasmuk by Patel, who won the silver medal at the Tokyo Paralympics on Sunday.
Prime Minister Modi congratulated Patel’s “History of Scripting” and said her journey in life would motivate and attract more young people to the sport.
“Notable Babyna Patel tells the story of history. She brought back a historic silver medal. Congratulations. Her journey of life is motivating and more for sports. Attracts young people. “
Indian para table tennis player Babina Benhasmuk by Patel won the silver medal by defeating China’s Zhou Ying and gold medal 3-0 in Women’s Singles Class 4. Table 6 on Sunday.
With this silver medal, Babina became India’s first medal winner in this version of the game.
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