Neeraj Chopra Spear Price: Today is the last day of the e-auction of gifts and gifts received by PM Modi; the Central Government has given this information. The government said that the e-auction would end on Thursday evening. In the e-auction of gifts received by Prime Minister Modi, religious artefacts have attracted many people towards themselves. Apart from religious artefacts, the sports gear of the Olympians is the highest bid.
Neeraj Chopra Spear Got The Highest Bid
The e-auction of Prime Minister Modi’s gift, which started on September 17, will end today at 5 pm. According to the PM Mementos website, the spear used by Neeraj Chopra, which won him the gold medal, has got the highest bid. According to the website, its base price was ₹1,00,00,000, with an offer of ₹1,00,50,000. So far, two proposals have been received for this golden spear of India.
Neeraj Chopra Spear Price Bidding
The website says that this is the autographed spear presented by Neeraj Chopra to PM Modi. Jale received the highest bid of ₹ ten crores on Opening Day, October 4, but it was later cancelled on suspicion of being a fake bid.
Besides Neeraj Chopra, another spear used by Paralympic gold medalist Sumit Antil, with a base price of ₹ one crore, has received a bid of ₹1,00,20,000 from one bidder, while one of the Ram temples in Ayodhya. The wooden model received 24 offers. The base price of the temple was ₹ 2,50,000.
A badminton racket autographed by Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games gold medalist Krishna Nagar received the highest bid of ₹80.15 lakh, but only three bidders showed interest.
So far, out of 1,348 souvenirs, bids have been received for about 1,083 items. The government will notify the highest bidders via email after the auction ends on October 7.