New Delhi. Indian shuttle driver Krishna Nagar was due to be honored with the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award on Saturday, but now he cannot attend the ceremony. Krishna Nagar hails from Jaipur and won the country’s gold medal in the Tokyo Paralympics 2020 this year. In fact, the day before the ceremony, for example, on Friday, Krishna’s mother died suddenly. As a result, they will no longer be present at this glorious ceremony.
Krishna’s mother died Friday night and the drivers returned home. The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic gold medalist was nominated along with 11 other runners to receive the prestigious Khel Ratna Prize. When Krishna was only 2 years old, doctors predicted that his height would not increase significantly. The height of all the relatives, parents in the house is unusual, but Krishna Nagar height could not exceed 4.6 feet.
The star player was forced to resign at the age of 33 due to serious illness!
Speaking to ANI reporters on Friday, Krishna expressed his happiness. He states: “My dream has come true. It is a proud moment. I won a gold medal first, and then I was shortlisted for the Khel Ratna Prize. I feel good. Everyone in my family is happy. ” Krishna Nagar said, “My family is proud because everyone recognizes them and really appreciates the respect they are given. I just want to imagine what it would be like to be honored by the President of India.”
List of 12 players who received Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award:
Neeraj Chopra (athletics), Ravi Kumar (wrestling), Lovlina Borgohain (boxing), Sreejesh PR (hockey), Avani Lekhara (para shooting), Sumit Antil (para athletics), Pramod Bhagat (para badminton), Krishna Nagar (para badminton) )), Manish Narwal (para shooting), Mithali Raj (cricket), Sunil Chhetri (football), and Manpreet Singh (hockey).