India had returned from the Tokyo Paralympics with its best-ever performance, winning 19 medals (five gold, eight silver, and six bronze).
Bhagat won India's first Paralympic gold in Badminton with a straight-game victory over Great Britain's Daniel Bethell.
India excelled in para-badminton during the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics as they won four medals, including two gold medals.
With some stunning displays over the past two weeks, Indian athletes surpassed the country’s best ever Paralympics medal tally with 19 medals.
Krishna Nagar won the gold medal in the men's singles SH6 event of badminton, to take the country's medal tally in Tokyo Paralympics to 19.
Pramod and Manish clinched Gold medals in badminton and pistol shooting respectively. Suhas Yathraj and Krishna Nagar confirm two more medals.
Pramod Bhagat clinched the gold medal in the men's SL3 para-badminton singles category, beating World Number 2 Danaiel Bethell 21-14, 21-17 in the final.
Krishna Nagar reached the badminton men's singles (SH6) final in the ongoing Tokyo Paralympics, assuring India of at least a silver medal.
Suhas Yathiraj stormed into the gold medal match of men's singles badminton SL4 category in the ongoing Tokyo Olympics.
World No.1 para-shuttler Pramod Bhagat lived up to his billing as he stormed into the men's singles badminton SL3 final.