CWG 2022: PM Modi to meet all medal winners of Commonwealth Games

Pankaj Prasad
Commonwealth Games 2022
Commonwealth Games 2022

PM Modi will host all the players at his official residence in Delhi at 11 am on Saturday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet all the medal winners of the Commonwealth Games 2022 today. PM Modi will host all the players at his official residence in Delhi at 11 am on Saturday. He had promised to meet the players before leaving for Birmingham. India won a total of 61 medals including 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze in the Commonwealth Games and finished fourth.

PM Modi will keep his promise

Prime Minister Modi spoke on a video call before the players left for Birmingham and said that he would find time to meet the players after the Commonwealth Games. The Prime Minister is now going to fulfill his promise. PM Modi had constantly encouraged the players during the Commonwealth Games. He praised the players and tweeted for them soon after winning the medal. Let us tell you, Prime Minister Modi had also met the medal winners who had returned from there after the Tokyo Olympics ended last year.

Rajnath Singh meets Armed Forces players

At the same time, on Friday, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh met the players of the Indian Armed Forces participating in the Commonwealth Games. The Defense Minister appreciated the performance of the players of the Armed Forces. He tweeted, "Great interaction with the players of the Armed Forces representing India at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. He made everyone happy with his brilliant performance and made the country proud with his achievements. Best wishes to these athletes to achieve success for the future.

medal winners of india

22 Gold - Mirabai Chanu, Jeremy Lalrinnunga, Anchita Sheuly, Women's Lawn Ball Team, TT Men's Team, Sudhir, Bajrang Punia, Sakshi Malik, Deepak Poonia, Ravi Dahiya, Vinesh, Naveen, Bhavina, Neetu, Amit Panghal, Aldhaus Paul, Nikhat Zareen, Sharat-Sreeja, PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen, Satwik-Chirag, Sharath Kamal.

16 Silver – Sanket Sargar, Bindiyarani Devi, Sushila Devi, Vikas Thakur, Indian Badminton Team, Tulika Mann, Murali Sreeshankar, Anshu Malik, Priyanka, Avinash Sable, Men's Lawn Ball Team, Abdullah Abobacker, Sharath-Sathiyan, Women's Cricket Team, Sagar Men's Hockey Team.

23 Bronze - Gururaja, Vijay Kumar Yadav, Harjinder Kaur, Lovepreet Singh, Saurav Ghoshal, Gurdeep Singh, Tejaswin Shankar, Divya Kakran, Mohit Grewal, Jasmine, Pooja Gehlot, Pooja Sihag, Mohammad Husamuddin, Deepak Nehra, Rohit Tokas, Sonalben, Women Hockey team, Sandeep Kumar, Annu Rani, Sourav-Deepika, Kidambi Srikanth, Trisha-Gayatri, Sathiyan.