Indian contingent’s entry in the Olympics with the tricolor in hand, PM Modi stood up and clapped

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New DelhiPrime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi Cheer Indian Athletes) enjoyed the Tokyo Olympic Opening Ceremony on TV. He stood up and greeted the Indian contingent by clapping. Team India was led by hockey team captain Manpreet Singh and legendary female boxer Mary Kom. Both of them were walking at the front holding the tricolor in their hands, while the other members were walking behind with the tricolor in their respective hands. The video of this moment has surfaced. It is seen in the video that as soon as the Indian team arrives, they stand from their chair and clap. On the other hand, Sports Minister Anurag Thakur and Minister of State for Sports Nisith Pramanik enjoyed the inauguration of the 32nd Olympic Games from Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on Friday. He was accompanied by former sportspersons and eminent personalities from various fields to cheer for the Indian contingent participating in Tokyo.

28 member Indian team joined22 sportspersons and 6 officials participated in the opening ceremony. The opening ceremony was attended by 1 player from Hockey, 8 from Boxing, 4 from Table Tennis, 2 from Rowing, 1 from Gymnastics, 1 from Swimming, 4 from Sailing, 1 from Fencing while 6 officials also participated. It is noteworthy that this time India has sent its largest team, which consists of 127 players. This time the representation of women players is also the highest, whose number is 56.

[Attribution to NBT]

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