Japan Olympics 2021: On Thursday, PM Modi reviewed India’s preparation for the Olympic Games to be held in Japan. According to the information released by the PMO, PM Modi was apprised of the steps taken to ensure uninterrupted training of athletes amid the pandemic. Apart from this, PM Modi was apprised about participation in international competition and vaccination of athletes to win Olympic quota. According to the information, PM Modi directed for the early vaccination of all qualified / potential athletes, support staff and officials going for the Tokyo Olympics.
PM Modi reviewed India’s Olympics preparations today. He was apprised about various steps taken towards ensuring uninterrupted training for athletes amidst the pandemic, participation in international competitions to win Olympic quota, vaccination of athletes among others: PMO pic.twitter.com/ecv1qRozfs
— ANI (@ANI) June 3, 2021
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PM Modi said that he will contact the team going to participate in the Olympics by video conferencing in July and encourage them to win and wish them all the best on behalf of the Indians. According to the PMO, Prime Minister Modi was informed that 100 athletes have qualified for 11 types of sports and another 25 athletes are likely to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. Apart from this, 26 para athletes have also qualified and 16 other para athletes are likely to qualify.
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The Tokyo Olympic Games were to be held in 2020 from July 24 to August 9 last year, but due to the Corona epidemic, it was pushed to next year. It was suspended in March 2020. After this, it was decided to organize it in November 2020 next year i.e. in 2021 between July 23 and August 8.