Guwahati: Indian boxer Lovlina Borgohain has secured a bronze medal on the Tokyo Olympics for India. As quickly as Lovlina’s medal on the Olympics was confirmed, the kuccha (unmetalled) highway of her village is being repaired now. Local MLA Biswajit Phukan has paved the highway, that runs to Lovlina’s home, with sand and gravel and will probably be totally repaired quickly.
Lovlina Borgohain secured India’s first boxing medal on the Tokyo Olympic Games when she superior to the semifinals on July 30 after defeating former world champion Nien-Chin Chen of Chinese Taipei. Local MLA Biswajit Phukan took the initiative to construct a greater highway to her dwelling after she assured the nation of yet one more medal. The Assam authorities has been offering monetary help to her household since successful her quarterfinals match.
His father Tiken expressed satisfaction, “Now that she has gained a medal on the Olympics, the federal government has constructed the highway and I’m very completely happy as a result of it’s like an award from the federal government to each Lovlina and our village.” Rituraj, a resident, mentioned, “The Assam authorities has helped Lovlina progress. The Assam CM has offered a complete of Rs 5 lakh to assist her follow. When the information of her securing a medal got here ahead, the native MLA spoke to the CM and since then the highway has been constructed.”
Family thanks state authorities
In Guwahati, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma prayed with ministers and MLAs for the success of Lovlina on the Tokyo Olympic Games. The Assam authorities has come ahead to assist younger expertise within the state. Lovlina’s father mentioned, “The authorities supported us. They have been serving to for 2-3 years. Whenever she wins a medal, the federal government provides us a monetary award. That’s why I need to thank the federal government. The authorities’s assist has instilled the curiosity of the youth in actively collaborating in sports activities.”