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Government of Manipur announces cash reward of Rs 1 crore for Olympic star Neeraj Chopra

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Neeraj Chopra gifted India its first Gold medal in 100 years in athletics, and following the historical development, a few organizations and governments have reported prizes. 

Manipur Neeraj Chopra The North-Eastern Chronicle

In a transition to respect the Gold medalist Neeraj Chopra, Manipur Government has declared it will grant him Rs one crore. On Saturday, Boss Minister N Biren Singh led a gathering with different authorities, after which the choice was declared. 

Neeraj Chopra

Spear hurler Neeraj Chopra on Saturday prearranged history by winning a Gold in Tokyo Olympics 2020 and breaking India’s 100-year standby.

Also read: Did You Know Neeraj Chopra’s coach UWE Hohn is the only athlete to throw a Javelin 100m or more with world record

Historical day for India

The Manipur Chief Minister congratulated the Gold Medalist, calling it a “Historic Day” for India because it had won an Olympic Gold medal in an athletic event for the first time in 100 years.

Cash Price: Rs. 6 crores, A job and a plot of land at 50% concession, by state’s Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar

Prior, the State Government reported the same remuneration measure for weightlifter Mirabai Channu after she packed away India’s first award (Silver) at the current Olympic Games. 

Neeraj Chopra, who hails from Haryana, will get a massive cash price of Rs. 6 crores, a Class 1 job in the government sector, and a plot of land at 50 per cent concession, as announced by the state’s Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

Earlier, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar also said on Saturday that the state government would give a cash prize of Rs 6 crore to Javelin throw star Neeraj Chopra, who won India’s first gold medal in athletics. 

Khattar also announced that Chopra would be made the head of the Centre of Excellence of Athletics at Panchkula.

Neeraj Chopra’s toss raises India’s pride

With a toss that went 87.58m high, Neeraj Chopra didn’t simply make history yet additionally gave India its seventh decoration of the period and made the current Olympic games best ever. 

Neeraj Neeraj Chopra The North-Eastern Chronicle

India’s last best exhibition was seen in 2012 when the country had secured six awards. With the most extreme preparation and certainty, the Olympic gold medalist broke his passing record with an 87.03 m long toss that brought about top success. 

His subsequent toss was 87.58m high, and the third toss was 76.79m into the sky. Neeraj Chopra’s subsequent toss moved him to the second round. In the second round, Chopra’s initial two tosses were fouled, and the last toss was around 84 m.

Neeraj Chopra- Who announced what for the ‘Golden legend’?

In the meantime, wealthy personal industrialist Anand Mahindra has declared to gift an extraordinary version vehicle to the hero, former tennis expert Somdev Devvarman honoured Olympic boss. 

An uncommon message showed up from legend Usain Bolt, IndiGo reported one year of limitless free travel for Olympic Gold Medallist, Punjab CM Amarinder reported compensation of Rs 2 Cr to the Subedar and BCCI Secretary Jay Shah to remunerate the legend with Rs 1 crore. 

In conclusion, lakhs of salutary messages pouring in from everywhere in India with web-based media sites loaded up with content identified with Neeraj Chopra are right now getting seen.

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