Watch: Mary Kom thanks Delhi Police for celebrating her son’s birthday amid lockdown
Mary Kom took to her Twitter handle to express gratitude towards Delhi Police for bringing a cake on her son's birthday.
On Thursday, the Olympian boxer and Rajya Sabha MP Mary Kom expressed gratitude towards Delhi Police for making her son Prince Kom’s birthday, by bringing a cake and singing the birthday song at her residence amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Mary Kom took to her Twitter handle and tweeted, “Thank you @DCPNewDelhi for making this birthday so special for my younger son Prince Kom. You all are real frontline warriors, i salute you all for your dedication and commitment.@CPDelhi @DelhiPolice @LtGovDelhi @pragya_92”
Check out Mary Kom’s tweet here:
Thank you @DCPNewDelhi for making this birthday so special for my younger son Prince Kom.
— Mary Kom OLY (@MangteC) May 14, 2020
Kom’s youngest son, Prince, who turned seven, along with his parents, twin elder siblings, and younger sister, celebrated his birthday with a team of cops from Tughlaq Road police station led by ACP Pragya Tiwari.
Mary Kom also lauded the police force for risking their lives, speaking to ANI, “The government is spreading awareness regarding COVID-19 and medical staff, doctors, police are risking their lives to save us, which is commendable. I salute them for what they are doing. They are working for us and for our country,” she added.
Earlier, during an interaction hosted by the Boxing Federation of India (BFI), the boxer how the doctors encouraged her to learn the value of being aware of the body, “I started getting exposed to the team of physios and doctors and interacting with them helped me understand the importance of being aware of the body. How doing exercises can prevent so many injuries and surgery is not always the only answer, I understood much later,” she said.
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