Neeraj Chopra’s spear was bought by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. This information is provided by a BCCI official. Neeraj’s spear was bid on behalf of BCCI. BCCI has clearly stated that being one of the leading sports organizations of the country becomes our duty to the country.
Neeraj Chopra needs no introduction today. Neeraj Chopra won India a gold medal in javelin at Tokyo Olympics 2020. Along with this, Neeraj Chopra has also written many big stories for India. After this, Neeraj Chopra met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He had gifted his good to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Simultaneously, e-auction of gifts received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being conducted. Proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Namami Gange program. The auction took place in September-October 2021. In this auction, Neeraj Chopra gave the first one to the Prime Minister. It was also auctioned off. The cost of Neeraj Chopra’s spear was given at Rs 1.5 crore in the e-auction.
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Neeraj Chopra’s spear was bought by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. This information is provided by a BCCI official. Neeraj’s spear was bid on behalf of BCCI. BCCI has clearly stated that being one of the leading sports organizations of the country becomes our duty to the country. That’s why we offer it. Bid on some other items at the same time. Namami Gange is a noble cause and we have contributed in one way or the other. BCCI also donated 51 crores to PM Cares Fund during Corona epidemic. Let us tell you that Neeraj Chopra is consistently performing well for India.
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Apart from this, BCCI had also bought the signed organ outfit from the Indian Paralympic contingent for Rs 1 crore. In the e-auction, Neeraj Chopra’s good was sold the most expensive while Bhavani Devi’s sword was bought for Rs.1.25 crore. At the same time, the javelin of Paralympic champion Sumit Antil was sold for one crore twenty thousand rupees. Lovlina Borgohain’s boxing gloves sold for Rs 91 lakh. At the e-auction, 1348 souvenirs were sold, including sporting goods. For these, 8,600 bids were submitted. Chopra recently presented the javelin that won her a gold medal in Tokyo at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.