Foreign players are also fans of PM Modi
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has always shown special interest towards sports during his tenure. Along with this, he is often seen meeting and discussing with the players. Be it meeting the Olympic or Commonwealth medal winners or participants or congratulating the cricket team on its victory, PM Modi Always make time for them. In such a situation, it is natural for Indian players to praise Modi. But many foreign players are also his fans.
In the last few years, PM Modi has also been successful in gaining popularity among foreign cricketers for different reasons. Be it congratulating Jonty Rhodes’ daughter on her birthday or writing a special message to Chris Gayle on Republic Day, Modi’s style has managed to make a mark not only among his and his party’s fans but also among these cricketers. Are.
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Pietersen is a fan of PM Modi
Former England captain and veteran batsman Kevin Pietersen has a special attachment to India. Not only Indian cricket, but Pietersen continues to make efforts for environmental protection in India as well. In such a situation, even Peterson could not hide his happiness when he saw another environment lover in the form of PM Modi.
Iconic! A world leader who adores wild animals and is so excited when spending time with them in their natural habitat. Remember, for his last birthday, he released cheetahs into the wild in India. hero, @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/D8EPDJh6Jc
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) April 9, 2023
A few days ago Peterson had praised this style of the Prime Minister. In March itself, Pietersen had met PM Modi and described it as a proud moment for himself.
An honor to speak so passionately and warmly about the release of cheetahs on your birthday, Sir. @narendramodi, Thank you for your infectious smile and firm handshake. I really look forward to seeing you again, Sir! pic.twitter.com/9gEe3e1wwV
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) March 3, 2023
Gayle and Rhodes have also praised
A few years ago, Modi had also congratulated India Rhodes, daughter of former South African veteran cricketer Jonty Rhodes, on her birthday. Jonty Rhodes was also happy with this congratulation from the Indian PM and he thanked the Prime Minister for this.
thank you @narendramodi ji; baby India has really been blessed in the land of her birth, by so many amazing people #makeinindia
— Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) April 24, 2017
I would like to congratulate India on its 73rd Republic Day. I woke up to a personal message from Prime Minister Modi @narendramodi reaffirming my close personal ties with him and to the people of India. Congratulations from the Universe Boss and nuff love 🇮🇳🇯🇲❤️🙏🏿
— Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) January 26, 2022
Not only this, it is the same thing as last year. PM Modi had sent special letters to some foreign players, including Rhodes and former West Indies batsman Chris Gayle, on Indian Republic Day, thanking them for their attachment to India. Chris Gayle even wrote that the Prime Minister’s message deepens his relations with India.
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