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India at Tokyo Olympics: Awards raining down on Neeraj Chopra and other athletes who won medals for India – Awards rain for Neeraj Chopra and other Indian Tokyo Olympic medalists

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The fourth-placed women’s hockey team was also rewarded for its performance in the Olympics this year. It performed best in sports such as lifting, golf, men’s and women’s hockey. Somewhere India has won medals but the performance and the rest of the world have stood out. After winning the gold medal in javelin throw, Neeraj Chopra has also been showered with awards and the rain is expected to continue on these players in the near future. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has announced a reward of Rs 6 crore for state player Neeraj Chopra, while Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has announced a cash prize of Rs 2 crore for Neeraj. Apart from this, big prizes have also been announced by the states for other players. Importantly, India has won the second gold in the individual event at the Olympics and Neeraj Chopra has won the first gold in track-and-field.

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The BCCI and CSK (Chennai Super Kings) have announced a reward of Rs 1 crore each for Neeraj. While other winning players will also be honored by the BCCI. The Khattar government will give class one job and plot with Rs 6 crore to Neeraj, who created history, at a cheap rate. Apart from this, Neeraj will be made the President of Athletics Center for Excellence in Panchkula.

The Amarinder government of Punjab has also announced a cash reward of Rs 2 crore to Neeraj. Neeraj Chopra, who joined the army, hails from Punjab. Apart from this, Khattar has announced that indoor wrestling stadiums will be built in Sonepat and Jhajjar district’s wrestler Ravi Dahiya and Bajrang Punia ie their native villages. In Tokyo, Haryana wrestler Ravi Dahiya won silver and Bajrang Punia won bronze.

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Apart from this, under the state medal policy, the bronze winner will be given a government job and a cheap plot with Rs 2.5 crore in cash. Wrestling silver medalist Ravi Dahiya will also be given a cash prize and plot. The Haryana government will give Rs 50 lakh each to the nine players of the Indian hockey team.

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah has tweeted that silver medalists Mirabai Chanu and Ravi Dahiya will be given Rs 50 lakh each. While bronze medalist wrestler Bajrang Punia, boxer Lovely K Bargohain and badminton player PV Sindhu will be given Rs 25 lakh each.

From now on, the name of Major Dhyan Chand will be taken in place of Rajiv Gandhi before the Khel Ratna award.

The Cricket Board will also give Rs 1.25 crore to the Indian team that has excelled in men’s hockey for 41 years. IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings will give Rs 1 crore to Neeraj. Gurugram’s real estate company will give Rs 25 lakh to Neeraj. While Savji Dholakia, associated with the diamond industry of Gujarat, will give a prize of Rs 2.5 lakh to each player of the women’s hockey team. In this way, the Manipur government gave one crore to Mirabai and the appointment letter to the post of Assistant Superintendent of Police (Sports).

Apart from Savji Dholakia, awards are being given to the players of the Indian women’s hockey team. The Uttarakhand government has announced Rs 25 lakh for hockey player Vandana Kataria, while the Jharkhand state government has announced Rs 50 lakh each for two players, Salima Tait and Nikki Pradhan. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced a reward of Rs 1 crore to two players of the men’s hockey team, Vivek Sagar and Neelkant Sharma. Apart from this, players are being encouraged with small and big money.

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