Modi congratulates Akash Kumar - World Boxing Championships 2021 Nov

Prime Ministers Office: PM congratulates Akash Kumar for winning Bronze Medal at World Boxing Championships

Nov 7, 2021 - 00:29
Modi congratulates Akash Kumar - World Boxing Championships 2021 Nov
Akash kumar World Boxing Champions and Bronze medal 54 kg 2021 Nov (1)

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated Akash Kumar for winning the Bronze Medal at the World Boxing Championships.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;

"Well done Akash! Congratulations for the prestigious medal at the World Boxing Championships.

This success will motivate younger boxers to excel. Wishing you the very best for your future endeavours."

And Sports Authority of India Tweeted 

It's BRONZE Third place medal for AkashGrinning face #AkashKumar (54kg) becomes 7th male boxer from India to win a Sports medal at the World Boxing Championships Fantastic Performances by Akash at the #aibawchs2021 Way to go Champ! More power to you Check out the medal winners at the C'ships.

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