PM Narendra Modi to give send-off to Indian contingent for Rio Olympics 2016
India Prime minister Narendra Modi on Monday at a function held at Manekshaw focus, collaborated with Indian competitors who are going to speak to the India at the pending Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and wished them good Luck.
As countdown to #RioOlympics begins,PM @narendramodi took some time out to meet each member of 103-strong contingenthttps://t.co/cke7rpkLFZ— PIB India (@PIB_India) July 4, 2016
Qualified contingent more than 100 athletes having already qualified in 13 Sports, this is India's greatest unforeseen to the Olympics. The competitors, a hefty portion of them debutants, were seen bringing selfies with the PM Narendra Modi. Later Modi tweeted about the players and wished them fortunes for the Olympic games.
This year More competitors are likely to qualify in the upcoming days and the Sports Ministry and the IOA are anticipating that more than 110 should speak to the nation in the olympic Games.
Narendra Modi Tweet All the best for Rio 2016:Narendra Modi tweeted Every athlete has worked hard to arrive. As a country, we are glad for what they achieved and broaden our best wishes for Rio Olympics 2016.
Each athlete has worked very hard to get here. As a nation, we are proud of what they achieved & extend our best wishes for Rio. @Rio2016_en— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 4, 2016