Para-badminton head coach Gaurav Khanna correctly predicted the Tokyo Olympic medal haul before the team's departure and looks confident that his wards will double the tally in the 2024 Paralympics.
One of the blasts occurred hardly 100 metres away from the team hotel where most of India's para shuttlers are staying.
The 33-year-old Bhagat, who had contracted polio when he was four years old, picked up the sport after watching his neighbours play.
Para badminton gold medallist Pramod Bhagat also said he would be interested to serve in a sports-related position or as a Deputy Collector.
Indian para-athletes returned from Tokyo on the back of a sensational campaign that saw them win an unparalleled 19 medals, including five gold, eight silver and six bronze.
Earlier in the day, Krishna Nagar clinched the gold medal by defeating Chu Man Kai 2-1 in the men's singles SH6 -final match.
Once bullied for short stature, Krishna Nagar wins gold in men's badminton singles at Tokyo Paralympics
On Sunday, Krishna claimed a gold medal in the men's singles SH6 category defeating Hong Kong's Chu Man Kai 21-17, 16-21, 21-17 in the final.
Tarun Dhillon got off to a decent start and gave a neck-to-neck fight before losing the first game to Setiawan 21-17.
France's Lucas Mazur bagged the gold medal.