Rio Paralympics 2016: Haryana CM congratulates Deepa Malik for winning silver medal

New Delhi: The Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal has congratulated Deepa Malik on becoming the first Indian woman athlete to win medal at Paralympics.

She won silver medal in the women's shot put event with a throw of 4.61m at the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

In a statement issued late in the evening, the Chief Minister said, " I extend my heartiest congratulations to Deepa Malik who made history at Rio and won silver medal. The daughter of Haryana has done the state and the country proud.

"If it was Sakshi Malik, who brought the country first medal in wrestling in Olympics, Deepa has become the first woman athlete from India to win a medal in Paralympics. Our daughters are bringing laurels and we are proud of them", the Chief Minister added.

Under the new sports policy of Haryana, the state government would give her Rs 4 crore for winning silver medal in Paralympics.

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Updated Date: Sep 13, 2016 11:21:00 IST


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