Superannuated shooter Chandro Tomar has been passed away on Friday and she was called by the nickname “Shooter Dadi”. The reason for her death is Covid-19 as per the reports she was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday when she faced difficulty in breathing. She is the legendary shooter and her Twitter handle posted “Chandro Dadi has been treated positively for coronavirus and she is facing a problem in breathing and she has been admitted to a hospital.”
Her most beloved and fellow shooter, her sister tweeted on Friday, “Mera Sath Chhoot Gaya, Chandro Kahan Chali Gayi.” She expresses her grief in those words and while she is in pain of losing her lovable sister and fellow shooter.
Shooter Dadi is from the Baghoat Village in Uttar Pradesh, she was more than the age of 60 when she first chose to pucked up a gun and after this, she has been won numerous medals and national competitions for veterans. Later her passion makes Bollywood create a film on her life which inspires numerous women of the country to pursue their dream. Bollywood has released an award-winning movie on the life of shooter dadi’s “Saand Ki Aankh”.
Whereas many renowned personalities took over the tweeter to show condolence and express their solidarity to their family.
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Hardeep Singh Puri tweeted, “the legendary shooter who was also known as “Shooter Dadi”, Cahndro Tomar has been no more. Her courage and passion will be going to motivate our upcoming generation and she will remain the inspiration. Condolences to her family.”
Actress Bhumi Pandeler took her Twitter and express her pain in a statement, “I am devasted when received the death news of Cahndro Dadi and it feels like that I have been lost a part of me. She is the biggest inspiration for many girls and proves that dreams definitely become the truth. While I found myself lucky tO be her .”
Joydeep Karmakar OLY stated, “biggest loss for the country and it is inconsolable, she was the epitome of strength and courage who made numerous girls chase their dreams and fight for themselves. She inspires girls to try their luck in sports and not to give u ever. RIP.”