Celebration in Almora after Lakshya Sen Wins Gold: Indian badminton player Lakshya Sen won the gold medal on the last day of Commonwealth Games 2022. He defeated Tze Yong Ng of Malaysia in the final match of men’s singles badminton. The Indian player won this match by 19-21, 21-9, 21-16. There is an atmosphere of happiness in the whole country after Lakshya Sen won this historic gold medal. At the same time, there is an atmosphere of celebration in his house Almora on this success.
Sweets distributed in Almora
There is an atmosphere of celebration in Almora, the house of Lakshya Sen, who created history by winning the Commonwealth Gold Medal. On this achievement of the target, a lot of fireworks were also done in Chaughanpata. As soon as Lakshya won the match, distribution of fireworks and sweets started in the country, state and his city. At the same time, BS Mankoti, secretary of the Uttarakhand State Badminton Association, said that the country’s name has been illuminated by Lakshya’s winning the gold medal in the Commonwealth. He said the goals would be an inspiration to other players as well.
Laksh’s maternal grandfather also celebrated celebration
While Lakshya Sen’s victory, there was a lot of celebration in his maternal grandmother Kamaluvaganja too. Lakshya had come to his maternal grandmother’s house shortly before going to the Commonwealth Games. At the same time, on the achievement of Lakshya, his maternal uncle Kundan Queera said that Lakshya has brought laurels to the entire country, he is sure that he will bring laurels to the country and Uttarakhand by winning gold medals in the Olympics as well.
CM Dhami also congratulated
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami , expressed happiness over the victory and congratulated him by tweeting. CM Dhami wrote, "Well done target..! Hearty congratulations to Lakshya Sen ji, the son of Uttarakhand, for winning the gold medal with his best performance in the badminton competition of the Commonwealth Games 2022. You have elevated the name of the state as well as the country with this historic performance. We are proud of you."