In a video, PM Modi is seen commending Indian men’s cricket crew for its 10 sequential successes in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
A few Bharatiya Janata Party pioneers and Association clergymen stacked acclaims on State head Narendra Modi for contacting Group India players in their changing area to comfort them after their misfortune to Australia in the ICC Cricket World Cup last on Sunday.
In a video shared by Association pastors, Modi is seen praising the Indian men’s cricket crew for their 10 sequential successes in the competition and requesting that they rouse each other as he met them, Including skipper Rohit Sharma and star batsman Virat Kohli, after their six-wicket rout against Australia.
Taking to online entertainment X, BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya said, “This is what leadership is all about… Standing with the team when the chips are down. The warmth and assurance must have been uplifting for the team, which had just lost the final despite winning every game in the run up. There is so much to learn from Prime Minister Modi…”
Sharing the video, BJP representative Shehzad Poonawalla, said, “A true leader is one who stands by you not during the best of the times but the most difficult of situations. Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Team India in their dressing room after the ICC World Cup Finals.”
Association serve Jitendra Singh said PM Modi supported the group and commended the players for their presentation all through the World Cup.
Another Association serve Piyush Goyel likewise shared the video and attested that “the entire country stands with you”.
Modi likewise interfaced with different players and the group’s mentor Rahul Dravid. He welcomed them to meet him at whatever point they come to Delhi.
“India stands with them today and always,” the state leader said, sharing a short video via virtual entertainment on Tuesday of his gathering with the crew not long after the last at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Arena.
“You reached here after winning 10 matches. These things happen,” the head of the state is seen telling chief Rohit Sharma and champion player Virat Kohli, holding their hands, in the video.
“Smile, the country is watching you,” he said.
Modi embraced Mohammed Shami, India’s most great bowler in the competition, and said he performed quite well.
Considered to be the number one to win the World Cup after they forgot about the entirety of their opponents, including Australia, in the association matches easily, India lost in the last to the Pat Cummins-drove side on Sunday by six wickets.
Resistance condemns PM Modi
A few resistance pioneers, including Shiv Sena (UBT) MP Priyanka Chaturvedi, condemned Modi’s “pep talk” to the Indian cricketers.
In a post on X, Chaturvedi claimed the “cricketers looked uncomfortable” as they needed to manage the misfortune and afterward the camera that accompanied the PM.
“The Indian cricketers clearly look uncomfortable, having to deal with the loss and then have cameras thrust on them inside the dressing room for PM’s team to record ‘pep talk’. Yeah, you can troll this tweet as much as you’ll want,” the Shiv Sena (UBT) leader wrote.
Previous cricketer and Trinamool Congress (TMC) pioneer Kirti Azad likewise responded to Modi’s collaboration with the Indian players in the changing area.
“The dressing room is the sanctum sanctorum of any team. The ICC does not allow anybody to enter these rooms apart from the players and the support staff. The Prime Minister should have met the team outside the dressing room in the private visitors’ area. I say this as a sportsman and not a politician. Would Narendra Modi allow his supporters to come and console or congratulate him in his bedroom, dressing room or the toilet?” said Azad, who was a piece of India’s 1983 World Cup crew.