"If you take out 30 minutes in the day to exercise your body will remain fit and you can fight a lot of diseases," Manpreet said.
Hailing from Gujarat, Bhavinaben Patel became the first Indian table tennis player to win a Paralympics medal
Patel's impressive run at Tokyo Paralympic Games ended with a fighting 7-11 5-11 6-11 loss to China's Ying Zhou, a two-time gold medallist
With 19 medals in Tokyo including five gold, this was India's best-ever Paralympics show and finished 24th overall
Bhavinaben Patel on Sunday (August 29) became only the second Indian woman to win a medal at the Paralympics
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra also congratulated Patel for her achievement
The medal count could have reached close to 30 had nine of our athletes not missed the podium by a whisker
Bhavinaben Patel suffered straight games defeat to China's Zhou Ying on Sunday. But India officially open its medal account in Tokyo Paralympics