Ace shooter Jitu Rai, who won a gold in the CWG, said he is not bothered about any state benefits .
Ayonika finished second behind Apurvi Chandela in 10M Air Rifle event at CWG in Glasgow.
Harpreet said that there was problem in the lighting system and that made the difference.
Harpreet saved India from disaster after Olympic silver medallist Vijay failed to qualify for the final round.
Rai’s dominance in the final saw bronze medallist Repacholi of Australia lag behind by a whopping 27.1 points.
This is Narang’s first CWG medal in his first appearance in 50m rifle prone event which is not his pet event.
Rai shot a total of 194.1 to bag his first CWG gold on debut while Gurpal scored 187.2 to win the silver.
The recent successes for Indian shooters shouldn’t be the yardstick for the upcoming Olympics.
Asab shot 26 in the finals to pip Nathan Xuereb of Malta, who managed 24 to win the bronze medal.
Shreyasi bagged silver in women’s double trap to give India their eighth medal from shooting in the 20th CWG.
The 22-year-old Shreyasi shot down a total target of 92 to bag the silver; eighth medal for India in shooting.
Chandela led from beginning shattering the Games record with a score of 206.7 while Ayonika finished second.
Prakash Nanjappa was very close to winning the gold but the Australian Repacholi pipped him by 1.3 points.
After Goel’s silver in women’s 10m Air Pistol, Bindra finished at the top of the podium in the men’s 10m Air Rifle.
The 16-year-old shooter shot her way to a silver medal in the women’s 10 m air pistol final.