Tokyo Olympics: Support poured in via web-based media for Indian boxing legend Mary Kom, who lost in the pre-quarterfinals on Thursday and quit the 2020 Games.
Previous Sports Minister and officeholder Minister of Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju drove a progression of empowering messages via web-based media for boxing legend Mary Kom, who was taken out of the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday. Mary Kom lost 2-3 to Ingrit Valencia in the pre-quarterfinals of ladies’ Fly (48-51kg) class. “Dear Mary Kom, you lost in Tokyo Olympics by only one point yet for me you are consistently a boss! You have accomplished what no other female fighter on the planet has at any point accomplished. You are a legend,” composed Rijiju in a tweet. “India is glad for you,” he composed and added, “BOXING and OLYMPICS will miss you”.
India’s Tokyo Olympics silver medal list in weightlifting, Mira bai Chanu, likewise tweeted for the amazing fighter.
“We’ll return Faster, Higher, #StrongerTogether,” tweeted Team India, the authority handle of Indian group for the Olympics.
“Mary Kom, you win each time a little youngster gets a couple of boxing gloves!” tweeted the authority handle of Tokyo 2020 for India.
- Money manager Harsh Goenka expressed: “This Mary is no sheep, she is a genuine KOM batter. #MaryKom might have lost today however she will keep on ruling our hearts. We are glad for you.”
- Previous India cricketer Yusuf Pathan and RP Singh likewise tweeted to last ditch effort Kom.
- Indian Premier League groups Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings likewise posted their desires for the fighter from Manipur.
- “How smooth she was in shame. She’ll everlastingly be a motivation,” composed previous India cricketer Wasim Jaffer.
mMary Kom had said before the Games that Tokyo 2020 would be her last Olympics.