October 27, 2021



Don’t use me, my comments to further vested interests, propaganda: Neeraj Chopra

Olympic boss Neeraj Chopra on Thursday asked individuals not to intensify their ‘personal stakes and promulgation’ by contorting his remarks from a meeting and suggesting Pakistani lance hurler Arshad Nadeem taking his lance deliberately during the last in Tokyo.

Chopra had tweeted alongside a video cut on Thursday trying to stop the contention being made.

“I would demand everybody to please not use me and my remarks as a medium to additional your personal stakes and promulgation. Sports encourages us to be together and joined together. I’m very baffled to see a portion of the responses from general society on my new remarks,” Chopra said in a Tweet.

“Meri aap sabhi se viniti hai ki simple remarks ko apne gande plan ko aage badhaane ka maadhyam na banaaye… remark karne se pehele khel ki rules jaanna zaroori hota hai. (I demand everybody not to utilize my remarks to push your grimy plan… prior to remarking kindly comprehend the guidelines of the game),” Chopra tweeted in Hindi.

Chopra had first spoken about this first toss in the last in a meeting to The Times of India.

“I was looking for my spear toward the beginning of the last (in Olympics). I couldn’t discover it. Out of nowhere I saw Arshad Nadeem was moving around with my lance. Then, at that point I advised him ‘bhai give this lance to me. It is my lance. I need to toss with it’. That is the reason you more likely than not seen I took my first toss hurriedly.”Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra on Thursday asked individuals not to intensify their ‘personal stakes and promulgation’ by turning his remarks from a meeting and insinuating Pakistani lance hurler Arshad Nadeem taking his spear intentionally during the last in Tokyo.

Chopra had tweeted alongside a video cut on Thursday trying to stop the contention being made.

“I would demand everybody to please not use me and my remarks as a medium to additional your personal stakes and promulgation. Sports trains us to be together and joined together. I’m very baffled to see a portion of the responses from the general population on my new remarks,” Chopra said in a Tweet.

“Meri aap sabhi se viniti hai ki simple remarks ko apne gande plan ko aage badhaane ka maadhyam na banaaye… remark karne se pehele khel ki rules jaanna zaroori hota hai. (I demand everybody not to utilize my remarks to push your grimy plan… prior to remarking kindly comprehend the standards of the game),” Chopra tweeted in Hindi.

Chopra had first spoken about this first toss in the last in a meeting to The Times of India.

“I was looking for my spear toward the beginning of the last (in Olympics). I couldn’t discover it. Unexpectedly I saw Arshad Nadeem was moving around with my lance. Then, at that point I advised him ‘bhai give this lance to me. It is my lance. I need to toss with it’. That is the reason you more likely than not seen I took my first toss hurriedly.”Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra on Thursday asked individuals not to intensify their ‘personal stakes and publicity’ by bending his remarks from a meeting and insinuating Pakistani spear hurler Arshad Nadeem taking his lance deliberately during the last in Tokyo.

Chopra had tweeted alongside a video cut on Thursday trying to stop the contention being made.

“I would demand everybody to please not use me and my remarks as a medium to additional your personal stakes and purposeful publicity. Sports helps us to be together and joined together. I’m incredibly disillusioned to see a portion of the responses from the general population on my new remarks,” Chopra said in a Tweet.

“Meri aap sabhi se viniti hai ki simple remarks ko apne gande plan ko aage badhaane ka maadhyam na banaaye… remark karne se pehele khel ki rules jaanna zaroori hota hai. (I demand everybody not to utilize my remarks to push your messy plan… prior to remarking kindly comprehend the guidelines of the game),” Chopra tweeted in Hindi.

Chopra had first spoken about this first toss in the last in a meeting to The Times of India.

“I was looking for my lance toward the beginning of the last (in Olympics). I couldn’t discover it. Unexpectedly I saw Arshad Nadeem was moving around with my spear. Then, at that point I advised him ‘bhai give this lance to me. It is my lance. I need to toss with it’. That is the reason you more likely than not seen I took my first toss quickly.”

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