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Ahmedabad, Saturday: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today met last Commonwealth Games gold medalist in rifle shooting Ms Lajja Goswami, hailing from Gujarat, and other members of her family.

She had brought the rifle worth Rs.6-lakh purchased from Switzerland with the help of Gujarat Government with which she subsequently won many medals in other games. Mr. Modi put his signature on the rifle and wished her many more success in future.

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Gen Bipin Rawat was an outstanding soldier: PM Modi
December 08, 2021
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled passing away of Gen Bipin Rawat. He said, "I am deeply anguished by the helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu in which we have lost Gen Bipin Rawat, his wife and other personnel of the Armed Forces. They served India with utmost diligence. My thoughts are with the bereaved families."

PM Modi said that Gen Bipin Rawat was an outstanding soldier. "A true patriot, he greatly contributed to modernising our armed forces and security apparatus. His insights and perspectives on strategic matters were exceptional. His passing away has saddened me deeply. Om Shanti," PM Modi remarked.

Further PM Modi said, "As India’s first CDS, Gen Rawat worked on diverse aspects relating to our armed forces including defence reforms. He brought with him a rich experience of serving in the Army. India will never forget his exceptional service."