PM Modi writes to MS Dhoni: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a letter to Mahendra Singh Dhoni praising his excellent international cricket. He has told the captain of the Indian cricket team, who won the World Cup twice, of that new India where the fate of a person is not made by the name of the family. PM Modi has written a long letter to the cricketer in which he has described Dhoni as one of the greatest captains and one of the best wicketkeepers to have come in this game.
Thanks to the former captain
Dhoni shared this letter on his on Thursday, which is the first post on the social media platform after announcing his retirement. He thanked PM Modi for his appreciation. Dhoni wrote in the tweet that whatever an artist, soldier and sportsperson wants, they want everyone to recognize and appreciate their hard work and sacrifice. Thanks to PM Modi for his appreciation and good wishes.
An Artist,Soldier and Sportsperson what they crave for is appreciation, that their hard work and sacrifice is getting noticed and appreciated by everyone.thanks PM @narendramodi for your appreciation and good wishes. pic.twitter.com/T0naCT7mO7
— Mahendra Singh Dhoni (@msdhoni) August 20, 2020
Soon the Dhoni will be seen in the Indian Premier League. He is the only captain in the history of cricket to have won all the ICC titles. Under his captaincy, India won the T20 World Cup, 2010 and 2016 Asia Cup, 2011 World Cup, 2013 Champions Trophy.
What did PM Modi write in the letter?
PM Modi wrote that on August 15, in your trademark style, you shared a short video which was enough to become a long and popular conversation point for the entire country. 130 crore Indians were disappointed but they were also deeply grateful for what you have done for Indian cricket in more than the last decade.
He said that one way of looking at your cricket career is statistics. You have been one of the most successful captains, who have been instrumental in taking India to the top of the world charts. Your name will go down in history as one of the greatest batsmen in the world, the greatest captain of cricket and certainly one of the best wicketkeepers.
The style will be remembered for generations: Modi
In the letter, Modi told Dhoni that your reliance on you in difficult situations and your way of finishing matches, especially in the final of the 2011 World Cup, has been etched in the memory of people for generations. But the name Mahendra Sind Dhoni will not be remembered only for his career statistics or match-winning role. He said that it would be injustice to see you only as a player. The right way to measure your impact would be to do it like a miracle.