Auction ends for souvenirs donated to PM – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

NEW DELHI: Sports equipment and clothing used by players and athletes at – Commonwealth Games 2022, Deaflympics 2022 as well as Thomas Cup Championship 2022 – were the most sought-after items at Prime Minister Narendra’s memorabilia auction Modi, which ended on Wednesday.

While a wooden model of the Kashi Vishwanath temple complex received maximum bids, other items, which drew overwhelming responses from potential buyers, are an autographed t-shirt from the Deaflympics men’s and women’s teams 2022 table tennis racket signed by 2022 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Bhavina Patel and badminton racket bearing the signature of 2022 Thomas Cup Championship gold medalist K Srikanth.

The two-week auction was launched on Modi’s birthday on September 17, but the culture ministry decided to extend it until October 12. However, the extra time didn’t help much and only a few new deals were cited over the 10 days.

NEW DELHI: Sports equipment and clothing used by players and athletes at – Commonwealth Games 2022, Deaflympics 2022 as well as Thomas Cup Championship 2022 – were the most sought-after items at Prime Minister Narendra’s memorabilia auction Modi, which ended on Wednesday. While a wooden model of the Kashi Vishwanath temple complex received maximum bids, other items, which drew overwhelming responses from potential buyers, are an autographed t-shirt from the Deaflympics men’s and women’s teams 2022 table tennis racket signed by 2022 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Bhavina Patel and badminton racket bearing the signature of 2022 Thomas Cup Championship gold medalist K Srikanth. The two-week auction was launched on Modi’s birthday on September 17, but the culture ministry decided to extend it until October 12. However, the extra time didn’t help much and only a few new deals were cited over the 10 days.

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