Sunday , September 19 2021

Proud! One sister got a medal in Tokyo Olympics and the other is protecting the country

Today is the ninth day of the Tokyo Olympics, which began on 23 July. This time India’s daughters remain strong in the Olympics. After Mirabai Chanu, female boxer Lovlina has also ensured India’s second medal.

Let us tell you that in a country where daughters are burnt, where there is no provision for their safety, the daughters of that country are standing in the Tokyo Olympics, not only when it comes to the security of the country, they also appear first. The same was seen this time in Tokyo.

One daughter posted in Tokyo Olympics and the other in CISF at the airport
Let us inform you that one of the country’s daughters, Lovlina has won a medal for the country in boxing in the Olympics, while the other sister is posted in the CISF in the defense of the country. Lovina’s sister, who won a medal in Tokyo Olympics, is stationed in Jodhpur and is celebrating her sister’s medal win.

Let us tell you that Indian boxer Lovlina has ensured a bronze medal in the ongoing Olympic Games in Tokyo, although she still has a chance to convert it to silver or gold.

On this success of Lovlina, there is an atmosphere of celebration in the whole country, but in Jodhpur also the victory of Lovlina is being celebrated. All the officers and employees are congratulating Lovlina’s sister Lima posted in CISF at Jodhpur Airport on winning the medal.

Sister credits her mother for winning Lovlina’s medal
Indian boxer Lovlina’s sister Lima is very happy with the success of her sister. During this, she says that she is feeling proud of Lovlina winning the medal, as well as she told that Lovlina has achieved this position with her hard work and dedication.

Lima has credited her sister Lovlina for winning the medal, saying that the mother has motivated both the daughters to pursue sports and studies from the very beginning.

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