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Pakistani athlete wrote a special thing for Neeraj Chopra of India, had to delete the tweet – Pakistani javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem congratulated Neeraj Chopra

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India’s javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra made the country proud by winning the gold medal. Pakistan’s Arshad Thrower also made it to the final, finishing fifth. Arshad described Neeraj as his role model. After winning the gold medal of Neeraj Chopra, there was a wave of happiness in the whole country. Everyone is sending best wishes to Neeraj. Neeraj has won India’s first individual medal in track and field. In the second throw, Neeraj Chopra took the first position with a throw of 87.58 meters. India has so far won a total of seven medals in the Tokyo Olympics.

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Neeraj Chopra was accompanied by Pakistan’s javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem in the final. Nadeem finished fifth and could not win a medal. However, Arshad Nadeem showed sportsmanship after losing the match. He wished gold medalist Neeraj Chopra. But Arshad wrote something for Neeraj Chopra that he had to delete his tweet later. Then Arshad tweeted again.

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In the first tweet, Arshad wrote that Neeraj Chopra is a role model for him. He also apologized to the people of Pakistan for not winning the medal. But Arshad faced a lot of criticism for calling Neeraj his role model and he had to delete his tweet. He then tweeted, “Congratulations Neeraj Chopra for winning the gold medal.”

Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan threw the javelin from a distance of 82.4 meters in the first attempt. After that his attempt failed in the second attempt. In the third attempt, the Pakistani athlete threw the javelin at a distance of 84.62 and survived the medal race. In the next two rounds, spears were thrown at distances of 82.91 and 81.9 metres. He finished fifth. In the second throw, Neeraj Chopra took the first position with a throw of 87.58 meters.

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