World series one shuttler Saina Nehwal currently presented her racquet, with that she became the first Indian to win a china award during a Badminton World Championships, to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as an advanced birthday present.
Modi turns 65 on Thursday.
The 25-year-old Saina was gay to have met a Prime Minister.
“I am gratified to accommodate fair Prime Minister and wished him Happy birthday in advance. we am happy to present him a racquet for his birthday. It’s unequivocally good to know that he follows each competition frequently and also engaging thing is he spoke to me about my matches. He also congratulated me for my World Championship medal,” Saina pronounced after a meeting.
Saina was accompanied by her father Harvir Nehwal and Neerav Tomar, MD CEO of IOS Sports Entertainment, which manages a shuttler.
The print lady of Indian badminton, Saina has been an achiever of many firsts in her stately badminton career.
She had mislaid to Spain’s Carolina Marin in a pretension clash of World Championships in Jakarta final month though still became the initial Indian to win a china award in a prestigious tournament.