PM mementos e-auction: BCCI, Greenko, JSW among winners of most valuable item

New Delhi: Under an e-sale of the Prime Minister's tokens, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI),

as well as delegates from Greenko, JSW Group, and Solar Industries NSE - 2.47 % have stowed the 20 most significant things.

Starting around 2019, the National Gallery of Modern Art has led three rounds of these e-barters.

The initial two rounds were finished in 2019 while the third sale occurred in September 2021.

All the returns from these closeouts go to the Namami Gange Mission, which is pointed toward preserving and reviving the Ganga.

As per the reactions to the Right to Information (RTI) demand documented by ET, BCCI bid the most noteworthy sum for eight of the 20 most costly things that were unloaded.

These incorporate the lance utilized by gold medallist Neeraj Chopra at the Tokyo 2020

Olympic Games that it stowed for a triumphant bid of Rs 1.5 crore, making it the most important thing sold.

The president and joint managing director of Greenko, Mahesh Kolli won the javelin used by gold medallist Sumit Antil at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic games for a bid of Rs 1 crore and 25,000 rupees.