Tokyo Paralympic gold medalist Pramod Bhagat said the Padma Shri Award will inspire him to thrive harder and make additional efforts in training for the Asian Games. Tokyo Paralympic gold medalist Pramod Bagat said the Padma Shri award will inspire him to prosper harder and make additional efforts in training for the Asian Games. Para Shutler Bagat will receive the Padma Shri Award. The announcement was made Tuesday on the eve of the 73rd Republic Day. “It’s a really humble experience to win the Padma Shri Award and it will inspire me to gain more glory for my country,” Bagat said in a statement. 바카라사이트넷
“This will inspire me to work harder and put extra effort into training and the Asian Games and world championships scheduled for this year,” he added. The ace player also received the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna award in October 2021 and now Bhagat is ready to become the first disabled badminton player to receive the prestigious Padma Shri Award. Bhagat is training in Spain for the Asian Games and World Championships and with the upcoming Paralympics in 2024, this year is even more important for disabled shuttle athletes.