Mumbai: Indian shooter Sinhraj Adhana on Saturday said his dream of seeing the national flag flying high at the Tokyo Paralympics has come true. Sinharaj won a silver medal in the P4 Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 final on Saturday. He secured his second medal at the Tokyo Paralympics with a score of 216.7.
The national anthem was played when the medals were being given to Singhraj and Manish Narwal. Singhraj said that he was delighted to see India’s national flag being hoisted during the national anthem. Also Read: Outstanding Singhraj Adhana Does It Again: PM Modi Lauds Paralympian For Bagging Silver
Earlier this week, Singhraj won a bronze medal in the P1 Men’s 10m Air Pistol SH1 Final.
“I’m very happy. My dream to see the national flag flying high has been fulfilled. I was delighted when our national flag was raised and the national anthem was played,” Singhraj told ANI. Also Read: Tokyo Paralympics: PM Modi Congratulates Shooter Manish Narwal For Clinching Gold Medal
“I won bronze and silver and will always remember my journey in Tokyo Paralympics. I would like to thank my coaches and support staff,” he added.
Singhraj won the silver medal, while Manish Narwal won the gold medal in the P4 – Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 final. 19-year-old Manish created a Paralympic record as he won the gold medal in the P4 – Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 final with a score of 218.2.
(With ANI Inputs)