PM Narendra Modi wishes all Indian contingent for Tokyo Olympics 2020

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has wished the Olympic-bound Indian contingent the very best for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 on Wednesday. He tweeted while attaching the link of the quiz, “In a few weeks, Tokyo 2020 begins. Wishing the very best to our contingent, which consists of our finest athletes. In the run-up to the games, here is an interesting quiz on MyGov. I urge you all, especially my young friends to take part.”

Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju was also quick to thank PM Modi as he tweeted, “Thank you PM @Narendramodi Ji for your wishes for our athletes on #OlympicDay. With just 30 days to go for @Tokyo2020, it’s time to start cheering – India, India! In the run-up to the games, here is an interesting quiz on MyGov. Do participate.”

The International Olympics Day is observed on June 23 every year to celebrate sports and health. This occasion celebrates the founding of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at the Sorbonne, Paris on June 23 1894., where Pierre de Coubertin revived the Olympic Games. The day aims at promoting sports and spreads the message of making sports an integral part of life. The mega event will begin on June 23 and will run up to August 8 this year.


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