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Congratulating India’s medal winners at the Commonwealth Games, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday praised the women’s cricket team for winning the silver medal and said the first Commonwealth Games medal in cricket will always be special. Women’s cricket was included for the first time in the Commonwealth Games.

New Delhi, August 9. Congratulating India’s medal winners at the Commonwealth Games, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday praised the women’s cricket team for winning the silver medal and said the first Commonwealth Games medal in cricket will always be special. Women’s cricket was included for the first time in the Commonwealth Games. India had lost to Australia in the final by nine runs. Lauding the women’s cricket team, Modi tweeted, “Cricket and India cannot be separated.

Our women’s cricket team played excellent cricket throughout the Commonwealth Games and won the coveted silver medal. This is the first medal in cricket at the Commonwealth Games and therefore or will always be special.” “Playing together and winning has its own joy,” Modi said.

The Prime Minister praised Kidambi Srikanth, who won a bronze medal in badminton, and described him as one of the legends of Indian badminton. “This is his fourth medal at the Commonwealth Games which shows his skill and consistency. Hope he continues to inspire young players and make India proud.” Modi praised women’s doubles bronze medalists Trisa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand and said he was proud of them.

Tweeting a video clip of the pre-Games conversation, Modi said in a lighter vein, “Before Trisa left for the Commonwealth Games, Trisa told me about her friendship with Gayatri but she was not sure if she was going to win a medal.” But how will she celebrate? Hopefully he has planned it now.” In his message to boxing silver medalist Sagar Ahlawat, the Prime Minister said, “He was one of India’s ‘powerhouses’ in sports and his success has helped the youth of boxers. Will continue to inspire the generation. Hope he continues to make India proud.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.



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