Olympic Shooter Heena Sidhu says medals are meaningless without National Anthem


Indian Olympic shooter Heena Sidhu, who bagged a gold medal in women’s 10m Air Pistol event here at Commonwealth Shooting Championships, has recently come up with a strong message in the context of standing during the National Anthem in public places

On Saturday, She slammed people who don’t stand up for National Anthem in the cinema halls. It has been a hot topic of discussion in the recent time. Several sports person including Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir and Paralympian Deepa Malik have backed the act of standing earlier. And now, Heena has joined them.

Taking to her Twitter account, the 28-year-old Olympic shooter Heena Sidhu took to Twitter today to slam the anti anthem brigade. she feels proud to be a sportsperson, adding that she could not even think of not standing and talking loudly over the phone while the National Anthem is being played.

“No need to stand up for National Anthem means you can carry on eating your pop-corns, chit-chatting, talking loudly on your phone while its playing. Sometimes I feel so blessed 2 b a sportsperson…We cant even imagine this! Getting a medal wouldnt be half as gud without d Anthem,” She wrote.

Indian paralympic medalist Deepa also came up with an emotional message where she revealed when she misses her legs the most. She wrote, “The only time I miss my legs is when I can’t stand up for my #NationalAnthem.“

In future, we are going to see some more biggies coming forward to show their view on this ongoing issue. For More Latest Breaking News Follow: PressKS