Cricket Fraternity on Independence day: All over the world, cricket fans and players have come forward to send their best wishes to India on the occasion of Independence Day.
Members of the cricket community from all over the world came forward to wish India
India’s Independence Day was being celebrated with a number of events happening all over the country. Members of the cricket community from all over the world came forward to wish India well as they celebrated Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav to mark 75 years of independence since the end of British rule, which lasted for 200 years. Cricket Fraternity on Independence day-
On Twitter, the former captain of India, Virat Kohli, tweeted, “75 magnificent years. Proud to be Native American Independence Day greetings to all. Jai Hind.”
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“75 glorious years. Proud to be an Indian. Happy Independence Day to all. Jai Hind”
Former India batter Virender Sehwag:
“For now, don’t ask me what my story is. Our only identity is that we are Hindustani. A country has given its heart for you, so everything will be done… I’ll give it all, O country, for you! I hope the best for you, “Former India batter Virender Sehwag tweeted.
“Happy Independence Day to all our family and friends in India! “#India #love #secondhome #peace #independenceday,” Warner wrote with a picture of the Tricolor “tweeted David Warner, an Australian batter.
Lisa Sthalekar, a former Australian captain who was born in India, also sent her best wishes on the day. “The more I go back to the country where I was born.The more I learn about the time before and after independence. Working toward a better future, “the team that won the 2013 World Cup wrote.
“The more I keep travelling back to the country of my birth.The more I learn of the time before independence and after. Building to a brighter future. #HappyIndependenceday2022 #75YearsofIndependence #HarGharTiranga”
After winning the 2016 T20 World Cup at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Which was his last T20 International, the former captain of the Windies, Darren Sammy, felt sad.
Sammy tweeted with a picture of himself holding the T20 World Cup 2016 trophy. “The place where I played my last international match. #GreatMemories.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the National Flag while the ATAGS howitzer gun
Earlier that day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the National Flag while the ATAGS howitzer gun. Which was made in India, fired a 21-gun salute. After that, helicopters dropped a shower of flower petals. This happened after PM Modi went to Rajghat to honor Mahatma Gandhi. Who is known as the “Father of the Nation.”
On Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the country for the ninth time from the ramparts of the Red Fort. He urged the people to support and promote sports. And praised India’s “stellar” performance at the Commonwealth Games 2022, which just ended.