Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra has tweeted a video in which he has expressed his heartfelt condolences. “I urge you all not to use my comments as a means to further your dirty agenda,” he tweeted.
Games teach us all to be united and it is important to know the rules of the game before commenting. Neeraj Chopra has also released a video in which he is saying thank you all. That you all gave so much love. In an interview, I said that before throwing the first throw, I took a javelin from Pakistani player Arshad Nadeem. Some people have made a big deal about it, which is a very simple thing, anyone who has a personal javelin can use it. This is the rule. There is nothing wrong with that, it’s not a big deal. I urge all who are making this point out of my point of view not to do so. Sports teach everyone to walk together. We all players live with love. Don’t say anything that hurts us.
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Let me tell you that Neeraj had said in an interview that I was looking for my javelin before the final started, but I did not find it. Suddenly I saw Ashrad Nadeem walking around with his javelin. I said to him, brother, give me my javelin, I have to throw with it, then he returned. Then you must have noticed that I threw the first throw in a hurry. Neeraj also praised him in his interview. Due to the name of the Pakistani player, some people started running an agenda on social media, for which Neeraj Chopra has strongly protested by releasing this video.
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