The Congress, Trinamool Congress and the Shiv Sena (UBT) on Tuesday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for getting into the dressing room of the Indian cricket workforce after their defeat within the ICC World Cup remaining event.
In a submit on X, Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh stated, “The video of the self-imposed, choreographed consolation by the ‘Master Of Drama in India’ has completely exposed the insincerity behind the photographs released yesterday. The face-saving exercise has backfired. The youth of India will not be fooled by these desperate antics.”
Trinamool Congress chief Kinewrti Azad Jha additionally slammed the Prime Minister saying that the dressing room is the sanctum sanctorum of any workforce and the ICC doesn’t enable anyone to enter these rooms other than the gamers and the assist employees.
In a submit on X, Jha a three-time former MP, ex-cricket participant and a member of the 1983 World Cup profitable workforce, stated, “The dressing room is the sanctum sanctorum of any team. ICC does not allow anybody to enter these rooms apart from the players and the support staff. Prime Minister of India should have met the team outside the dressing room in the private visitor area.”
“I say this as a sportsman and not politician. Would Narendra Modi allow his supporters to come and console or congratulate him in his bedroom, dressing room or the toilet?” Jha requested after the video of the Prime Minister assembly the gamers of the Indian cricket workforce within the dressing room after their defeat within the remaining match of the Cricket World Cup event in opposition to Australia surfaced.
“Sportspersons are far more disciplined than politicians. Last, but not the least, the man and whose team did it for India in 1983 Kapil Dev was also not invited. Now tell me who is doing politics?” stated the Trinamool Congress chief whereas slamming the cricket physique for not inviting Kapil Dev to look at the 2023 Cricket World Cup remaining match in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad.
Shiv Sena (UBT) Rajya Sabha MP Priyanka Chaturvedi, too, hit out on the Prime Minister, saying that the cricketers clearly regarded uncomfortable having to take care of the loss after which have cameras thrust on them within the dressing room.
In a submit on X, Chaturvedi stated, “The Indian cricketers clearly look uncomfortable, having to deal with the loss and then have cameras thrust on them inside the dressing room for the Prime Minister’s team to record ‘pep talk’. Yeah you can troll this tweet as much as you want.”
India misplaced to Australia within the Cricket World Cup remaining by six wickets performed on the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday. Australia lifted the Cricket World Cup trophy for the sixth time.