India at Tokyo Olympics: Gujarat Billionaire promises cars, homes for Indian women’s hockey team

India at Tokyo Olympics: Gujarat Billionaire promises cars, homes for Indian women’s hockey team; demands medal for India in return
India at Tokyo Olympics: Gujarat Billionaire promises cars, homes for Indian women’s hockey team; demands medal for India in return

India at Tokyo Olympics:  Gujarat billionaire Savji Dholakia who is a diamond merchant has promised to give the Indian women’s hockey team a brand new car worth Rs 5 lakh and a house. But there is one condition to it, the players need to win the bronze medal after losing the semifinal to Argentina. India women will take on Great Britain in their upcoming match.

“With incredible pride in my heart, I take this opportunity to announce that HK Group has decided to honour our Women hockey team players. For each player who wishes to build her dream home, we will provide assistance of ₹ 11 lakh,” he said on Twitter.

“Our girls are scripting history with every move at Tokyo 2020…. It is our humble effort to boost the morale of our players,” he added.

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India at Tokyo Olympics: Gujarat Billionaire promises cars, homes for Indian women’s hockey team

The Indian women’s hockey team might have taken an early lead, but the side stumbled to a 1-2 loss in the semi-finals against Argentina in the ongoing Tokyo Olympics here at the Oi Hockey Stadium North Pitch on Wednesday. The Rani Rampal-led side will now face Great Britain in the bronze medal match on Friday. On the other hand, Argentina will take on the Netherlands in the gold medal match on the same day.

India tried hard in the fourth and final quarter, however, Argentina held its own and entered the finals of the women’s hockey event in the showpiece event.

India at Tokyo Olympics: Gujarat Billionaire promises cars, homes for Indian women’s hockey team

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