President Kovind gifts racing bicycle to schoolboy who dreams of excelling as cyclist

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In a gesture of motivating youth for nation-building, President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind chose a struggling school boy Riyaz, who dreams of excelling as cyclist, to gift him a racing bicycle. The President also wished him to become an international champion of cycling race and realise his dream through his hard work.

The bicycle delivered to Riyaz today (July 31, 2020), a day before Eid-al-Adha, comes as Eidi in true spirit of the festival that is marked by gifts given by elders to youngers. Riyaz’s story is quite educative for those struggling youth who come from the underprivileged class of society and yet dare dream big in their life.

A student of Class 9 at Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya at Anand Vihar in Delhi, Riyaz originally belongs to Madhubani district of Bihar. His family members – his parents, two sisters and one brother – live in Madhubani, while Riyaz stays in a rented accommodation in Maharajpur, Ghaziabad. To supplement his father’s paltry income as a cook, the boy in his free time works in an eatery in Ghaziabad as a dishwasher.

Riyaz’s passion is cycling, and he practises hard after studies and work. In 2017,he won the bronze medal in the Delhi State Cycling Championship. He went on to participate in a school games event in Guwahati, according to the District Magistrate, Ghaziabad, and achieved the fourth rank at the national level.

Enthused by his achievements so far, the boy has raised the bar and has been taking professional training from a coach, Shri Pramod Sharma. He regularly trains at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in Delhi. Unfortunately, he had to depend on a borrowed sports cycle for his practice, and all that the budding champion wanted was a cycle of his own. His wish has finally been granted on the occasion of the Eid. The President came to know of Riyaz’s story of struggle through reports in the media.

Complimenting Riyaz for his achievements defying all odds, President Kovind wished him very best in the life and said that his story should serve as worthy of emulation for the country’s youth who must come forward for nation-building bydint of their dedication, hard work, courage and honesty.
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32 Comments
  1. soubhik pal says

    Hallo president I am trying 16 time to join Indian army but I don't success and now my age is over. But still my dream is army so please help me. My father is a retired army man and my brother is on duty. So I want to join Indian army. Now my age is 23 please please help me. I want to become a army.

  2. Aditi Mishra says

    Rashtrapati ji Ko mera Abhinandan

  3. YASH PATANWAR says

    Sir u r Osm

  4. Vaibhaw raj Mishra says

    Respect for sir from bottom of my heart ❤️

  5. Think Tank says

    https://youtu.be/lSy-EHzg1PIकाश इस वीडियो को हर एक भारतीय एक बार देख ले. इस वीडियो को देखे बगैर भारत से गरीबी कभी जा नहीं सकती.

  6. Nirakar Swain says

    Wow that's good

  7. Parwez Alam says

    All the best brother,

  8. Armaan Singh says

    Ab mulle yeah toh nahi bolengai ki government Sirf Hindu ka soachti hai

  9. SAJAD 2021 says

    Tell me NAME OF THIS BOY ?

  10. Rahul Gupta says

    Very nice sir

  11. HARSHU WAGHMARE says

    May your all dreams come's true

  12. Khusi says

    #Justice for Manab Premi Aditya Dash… Odisha want CBI enquiry…. Future of Nation need SAFETY not SUICIDE…. please give safety first India Govt, odisha Govt, President sir then celebrate Raksha bandhan… vande mataram ??..

  13. Bohre अmaन says

    Superb effort by the president sir ???????????????????? जय हिन्द ???????????????? जय भारत ????????

  14. UPSC choudhary says

    Bharat me bani gift karte toh jyada acha lagta

  15. Sooraj Janardanan says

    Great ….gift racing bicycle …gift medal to nation …all the best Riyas…Thank you Excellency..

  16. PC EDUCARE says

    एक साइकिल मुझे भी दे दो

  17. Purni Thapa says

    Jay Hind , Mera Bharat Mahan ?? ?‍✈️

  18. Muthu Muthu says

    .thankspresident

  19. Muthu Muthu says

    .jaihindioveindia

  20. Sumit Dev says

    Another POK in Bangladesh -There is legal Indian territory in Bangladesh due to the unfair partition of Assam in 1947. Sylhet was a district in Assam. In 1947 a referendum was held in the district so as to decide whether the district would remain within India or would join Pakistan. Not enough voting polls were provided and those that were provided were located in the Muslim majority areas. As a result the Hindus could not vote properly. Around 56% votes were cast in favor of Pakistan and the remaining 44% in favor of India. Sylhet district of Assam was partitioned on the basis of the pattern of voting in the referendum.Therefore 56% of Assam’s Sylhet district was given to Pakistan and 44% to India. The actual map where Sir Cyril John Radcliffe demarcated the border within Sylhet district is available. One can very easily see that only 56% of the district was given to former East Pakistan. But in reality India received only 12.8% which is present day Karimganj district of Assam. The rest 31.2% is in Bangladesh. It should be noted that this 31.2% area is legal Indian territory even after the Land Boundary Agreement between India and Bangladesh. The Agreement is about enclaves whereas this 31.2% area is not an enclave and hence still Indian territory. As per the Land Boundary Agreement India lost around 40 sq. Km. Whereas the 31.2% of Sylhet district is an area of 4692 sq. Km. This 31.2% of Assam's former Sylhet district is called as 'Sribhumi'. The matter was raised by the then Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha Late Suresh Deb and Member of Parliament in Lok Sabha Late Bhupesh Gupta. Late Mahitosh Purkayastha, M.P. (R.S. 1966-72); eminent educationist and Member of Parliament Late Professor Jogendra Kumar Choudhury, had also raised the issue repeatedly in the parliament and outside. The Barak Upatyoka Bongo-Sahitya O Songskriti Sonmellan, represented by the then General Secretary Late Premendra Mohan Goswami, (Principal, Narsing H.S School, Silchar) and President Late Mahitosh Purkayastha, ex-MP; ex-MLA, along with Shri Iresh Ranjan Bhattacharjee submitted petition to Late Rajiv Gandhi, Prime Minister of India and others concerned at Delhi in the year 1985. In 2017 a memorandum was submitted to the honorable PM Sri Narendra Modi, Late Sushma Swaraj and Sri Rajnath Singh through Sri Banwarilal Purohit, Hon’ble Governor of Assam by a social organization named Purvo Shrihatta Sanmillani on this issue. It has been over 70 years since the partition of India yet our Sribhumi which is legally Indian territory is still within Bangladesh. We want justice from the Indian government. I would like to draw the kind attention of the honorable President of India, Sri Ram Nath Kovind ji on this issue.JAI HIND !Below is a link to the memorandum that was sent to Modi ji in 2017.https://purvoshrihattasanmillani.wordpress.com/2017/06/12/first-blog-post/?fbclid=IwAR2h7t-cpMpFrepn8noqPdYSn3y-woFaVzx_DuRdJIO5zB-z_dBxOJyKHuw

  21. vipin thakur says

    ???????????????????

  22. Satyaprakash Satyu says

    Wows! So beautiful ❤❤Good luck with Love ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤✌??????????????????????✌??

  23. Ajithasuresh Ajisuresh says

    Salute sir

  24. Aroosh Singh says

    Rashtrapati sahab ek cycle mere liye bhi please

  25. only Ras says

    Jai hind ?

  26. arti uk says

    Jai hind sir

  27. Mustak Kathat says

    Best president

  28. Ronak says

    मेने ऐसे कई छात्र देखे है जिस के पास टेलेंट है पर पैसे नही,ओर ये समाज भी सपोर्ट नही करता।हमारी फर्ज है कि टेलेंट दिखे तो उसको सही राह दिखा कर मदद करे।

  29. Grukul free Education says

    This cycle should be given to that bihari girl Who carried her father from delhi to bihar almost 1200km??

  30. I'M GUNSHOT says

    Bharti kbse hogi

  31. Manisha Sharma says

    Yes i read about the struggle of this boy today in Dainik Jagran newspaperRespect to you President Of India for your concern and gifting bicycle

  32. Akshat Maddheshiya says

    Well said Abraham Lincoln this is called : " Government of the people by the people and for the people "

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