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The Prime Minister of India is an important man, and is bound to receive many gifts from various dignitaries, heads of governments and even the Olympians. And those mementos are now up for grabs. The present edition of the e-auction of souvenirs presented to PM Modi started on the PM’s birthday on September 17. It has now entered the final week as the auction closes on October 7.,betnow casino
cricket box,And you will not be too surprised if we tell you what gifts are the top picks. The equipment used by the Olympians in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have been receiving the maximum bids — some even Rs 1 crore. All of these were gifted to the PM by the Olympians, and the proceeds of the e-auction will go towards the Namami Gange Mission.
The T-shirt Paralympian gold medallist Avani Lakhera wore as she represented in India in Tokyo, an autographed hockey stick signed by the Indian women's hockey team, the javelins used by Paralympic gold medallist Sumit Antil and Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra, a badminton racquet signed by PV Sindhu and a stole with the signatures of the Olympians are all up for grabs.,22bet betting
If you have over a crore rupees to spare, you can own either Sumit or Neeraj’s javelin. Lakhera’s T-shirt has received a bid of Rs 20 lakh. Sindhu’s racquet and badminton bag have received a bid of over Rs 91 lakh. The hockey stick is yours to take if you have over Rs 80 lakh to spare.,dafabet bonus terms and conditions
The autographed boxing gloves that were used by Lovlina Borgohain in the famous bout at Tokyo 2020, a badminton racket autographed by Paralympics gold medallist Krishna Nagar, a Table Tennis racket autographed by Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Silver Medallist Bhavina Patel are also up for auction. Other interesting artefacts include a replica of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir gifted by UP CM Yogi Adityanath, models, sculptures, paintings and angavastras.,best golf tournament prizes
Since Modi became PM in 2014, three such auctions have been conducted by the Ministry of Culture. The first one was in February 2015, another one was between January 27 and April 1, 2019, and the third one was between September 14 and October 24, 2019. As of December 2019, “A total of Rs 15.13 crore has been received from the auctions of mementoes, gifts, etc presented to PM from home,” according to the then Union Culture Minister Prahalad Patel.,free china shores slot game
The proceeds go towards conserving and rejuvenating the Ganga — Namami Gange Mission. One of PM’s pet projects, the Namami Gange is the government’s endeavour to restore the river by pollution abatement interventions. It was tabled in Parliament on July 10, 2014, soon after the Modi government took charge in its first term. It was allocated a budget of Rs 2,037 crore as announced by then Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.,wizkid tennis
The project is close to the PM, who has often described the Ganga as a symbol of the country's cultural glory and faith, and that from the point of the river's origin at Gaumukh in Uttarakhand to where it merged with the sea in West Bengal, the mighty river enriched the lives of half of the country's population.,bet365 betting sites
Directly or indirectly, this will be the contribution of the Olympians and Paralympians of India towards restoring the river that forms the lifeline of millions. You can place your bids through the web portal https://pmmementos.gov.in,wizkid tennis on or before October 7, when the auction will close. After the auction ends, the Culture Ministry will notify the highest bidders through email.