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Twitter Slams Olympics For Not Adding Even One Pic Of India In Its Most Emotional Moments Video

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Twitter Slams Olympics For Not Adding Even One Pic Of India In Its Most Emotional Moments Video

There is no denying the fact that Indians are pretty happy with the manner in which the Indian sportspersons have performed in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics as it was the best ever performance by India at the Olympics.

India came at the 48th position but no complains as the Indian sportspersons left no stone unturned in giving their best shot for the country. In the Tokyo Olympics, India won seven medals (1 Gold, 2 Silver, 4 Bronze) and there were many moments which not only made us proud but emotional as well.

The Olympics Committee also decided to make the event a little more special by releasing a video of more than 4 minutes which had the most emotional moments of the Olympics but what was not just shocking but disturbing too was that there was not even a single moment of any Indian player.

The Olympics Committee completely ignored the Indian sportspersons and featured the sportspersons of other countries, in fact sportspersons from some countries were featured more than once and this made Indian fans very angry.

This Olympics has been quite special for Indians as on one side, Neeraj Chopra won the first Gold medal ever for the country in the history of Olympics in athletics, on the other side, the Indian men’s hockey team broke the 41 years old jinx by winning the Bronze medal. How can we miss the special moments which were created and experienced by PV Sindhu, Mirabai Chanu, Ravi Kumar Dahiya, Lovlina Borgohain and Bajrang Punia and filled us with joy and excitement….

Well, here is the video released by the Olympics Committee:

Click to watch this video directly on Twitter

This is how Indian Twitterati slammed the Olympics Committee for completely ignoring the Indian sportspersons:

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