Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Meerut Published by: kapil kapil Updated Thursday, July 22, 2021 8:34 PM IST
The families of the Tokyo Olympic players who reached Amar Ujala’s office in Meerut on Thursday shared the stories of their fight. The family members never gave up and faced the problems of getting the players to the Olympics. The family members never gave up and faced the problems of getting the players to the Olympics. In the face of a lack of resources and economic problems, he trusts his children and makes them self-sufficient. The result of this hard work is five Meerut players showing their talents in the world’s greatest Olympics. At the same time, para-archer Vivek Chikara is desperate for a medal in the Paralympics. The players’ families shared memories of their battle with Amar Ujala. When he recounted this many times, the players’ father’s eyes filled with tears. He is confident that athletes will return from the Olympics after winning medals. The focus remains on the achievement of goals
Father Jagmohan Singh, a resident of Kalina Village, Sarurpur Region, said that Saurabh is a boy who practices quietly. Whatever he does, he does it with passion, he also studied with a hobby and now he also does shooting with a hobby. He did not compromise to achieve the goal. I go to Veer Shahmal Academy in Baraut every day, never laziness or vacation. In the 10-meter air pistol, Saurabh has won 14 medals in international competitions. Saurabh achieved this position by staying away from social media. Tau Ompal Singh and his older brother Nitin Chaudhary were present with Saurabh’s father.