WATCH: The First Minister To Respond To Col Rajyavardhan Rathore's '#5MinuteAur' Challenge Has Sent In A Cracking Video

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After Union MoS for Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore took the internet by storm with his new initiative called #5MinuteAur, his counterpart from in the Civil Aviation ministry  has become the first Union Minister to join the challenge.

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

After Union MoS for Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore took the internet by storm with his new initiative called #5MinuteAur, his counterpart in the Civil Aviation ministry Jawant Sinha has become the first Union Minister to join the challenge.

The #5MinuteAur initiative talks about how kids ask their parents and teachers for more time to play when they are asked to study. Inviting the new age to participate in the #5MinuteAur initiative, Rajyavardhan Rathore has asked them to share their stories with the world in order to extend support for the voices of the young athletes.

While the sport can be a challenge for many, Col Rathore nailed it, playing with both of his hands at the same time while issuing the challenge. His 'hand-eye coordination', despite concentrating on sending the message, is unreal to say the least. Along with the video, he posted a message which read.

WATCH: Col Rajyavardhan Rathore Shows Amazing 'hand-eye' Coordination While Playing TT With Both Hands, Launches New #5MinuteAur Challenge

Joining the challenge, Union Minister Jayant Sinha tweeted a video of him playing tennis and slaying it. He said that he had grown up playing cricket and tennis and said that the sports were close to his heart and he always asked for five more minutes to play the game.

"Fantastic initiative by @Ra_THORe for our young talent. 🇮🇳💪

Tennis and Cricket are really close to my heart.🏏🎾 I have grown up playing them and almost always wanted 'Bas #5MinuteAur'

I invite @msdhoni @KirenRijiju @ianuragthakur & @ManojTiwariMP to share their stories," he tweeted.

READ | Suniel Shetty Goes Gaga Over Col Rathore's New #5MinuteAur Challenge, Here's What He Does When He "gets 5 Minutes More"

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