Indians searched for PV Sindhu’s caste after her win

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Ace badminton player PV Sindhu made the nation proud by becoming the first Indian woman and the second Indian to win two medals at the Olympics.

Sindhu represented the country in the ongoing Tokyo Olympics Games and won the bronze medal, but most of the Indians are curious about something else other than her win. They wanted to find the star Badminton players’ caste. Apparently, “PV Sindhu caste” became one of the most searched topics about the athlete.

While most of the Indians are pouring in wishes for her, a completely different concern had plagued many people. We can see the phrase ‘pv sindhu caste’ as a search suggestion as soon as one types PV Sindhu in the Google search bar.

Although the players tried their best with years of hard work and years of dedication, it seems like the superiority of one’s caste is over and above skill.

It has to be understood that when an Indian achieves anything, it should be treated as a win for the country and not be limited to a particular caste, region and state.

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