Newshub18 :Car sale, departmental investigation in the office, emotional father’s trust – the girl will return after winning gol.
New Delhi: What a mouth to be a mother! Just like that, being a father is not a word of mouth. Many sacrifices have to be made for children. As a proud father Jai Bhagwan had to do. 21-year-old Neetu Gonghas. This boxer has secured a medal in the Commonwealth Games. But father Joy Bhagavan is confident, the girl will return with gold. Neetu confirmed her semi-final win over Northern Ireland’s Nicole Clyde. Joy Bhagwan made the neighbors sweet in Haryana’s Dahana village.
At least a bronze medal is guaranteed. Neetu will be happy with that post after so much struggle!Irregular in office. A departmental inquiry is underway on Jai Bhagwan. In the last few years, Jai Bhagwan has not won in Mine. So don’t celebrate the confirmation of the girl’s medal! Jai Bhagwan was saying, ‘Our family is run by Neetu. I am just trying to support him in fulfilling his dream of a medal at the Commonwealth Games. Seeing him win a competition makes me feel like I’m doing my job well. To help my daughter in every possible way, I took a lot of leave from office.
I could not even go to Birmingham with him. Our best wishes are with him all the time. We know, he will return with a gold medal.Jai Bhagavan could not hide his emotions. That’s normal. He is in great trouble in the field of employment. Sold the car to fulfill his daughter’s dream. Borrowed money from relatives to run the family. Neetu had to squeeze 20 kilometers by bus to get training from coach Jagdish Singh. Father also went with daughter. He waited for two hours till the training of his daughter was over, saying that he would take her home with him.
It’s been a long time. Neetu did not forget that incident. Said, ‘boxing chose me. Boxing was popular in our area. Dad wanted me to be a boxer. Father took Jagdish to coach sir. Jagdish sir was very strict. There was no concession on the first day of practice either. 2012 incident. Like every kid I wanted to quit boxing so hard. But seeing my father waiting outside, I believe in myself, I can do it too