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India At Asian Para Games 2023: PM Narenda Modi Lauds Record-breaking Feat

PM Narendra Modi hailed the record-breaking feat achieved by the Indian athletes at the Asian Para Games and called it as a "monumental achievement".

PM Narendra Modi inaugurated 511 Pramod Mahajan Gramin Kaushalya Vikas Kendras in Maharashtra.
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hailed India's record-breaking feat of 73 medals and counting at the ongoing Asian Para Games 2023. India surpassed the previous medal tally of 72 medals, a feat achieved at the 2018 Asian Para Games in Jakarta. (Medal Tally | More Sports News)

Modi lauded the feat while posted on X: “A monumental achievement at the Asian Para Games, with India bagging an unprecedented 73 medals and still going strong, breaking our previous record of 72 medals from Jakarta 2018 Asian Para Games! This momentous occasion embodies the unyielding determination of our athletes.

A roaring ovation for our exceptional para-athletes who have etched their names in history, filling every Indian heart with immense joy.

Their commitment, tenacity and unwavering drive to excel are truly inspirational! May this landmark accomplishment serve as a guiding light, inspiring future generations.”

India had won 14 medals at the 2010 edition, 33 in 2014 and 72 in 2018.

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