Why PM Narendra Modi refuses to touch T20 World Cup 2024 trophy secret revealed after Holding Hands of Rohit Sharma and Rahul Dravid – Why PM Narendra Modi did not touch the World Cup trophy? The secret was revealed when he held the hands of Rohit Sharma and Rahul Dravid, Cricket News

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Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, the Indian team has made the countrymen proud by winning the T20 World Cup 2024 trophy. India ended the ICC trophy drought after 11 years. Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently met the title-winning Indian team at his residence in Delhi. The Prime Minister spoke to the players and head coach Rahul Dravid. At the same time, when the photoshoot was going on, PM Modi did not even touch the trophy. He himself explained the reason for this. PM Modi’s video is going viral on social media.

During the photo session, Prime Minister Modi told Rohit, “Captain sahab, keep the trophy in your hand. You hold it yourself. This is your right.” After this, the PM handed over the trophy to Rohit and Dravid. The Prime Minister held the hands of Rohit and Dravid but did not touch the trophy. This style of PM Modi is being praised a lot. Many cricket fans commented, “The Prime Minister showed tremendous respect for the hard work of the players.” Some people said, “The way the PM refused to touch the trophy was really a beautiful moment.”

Let us tell you that the Indian team, which won the T20 World Cup by defeating South Africa on June 29, was stuck in Barbados for several days due to a storm. The players and support staff returned to India on Thursday (July 4) and met the Prime Minister on the same day. The players were wearing a special jersey, on which World Champions was written in bold letters on the front and there were two stars on the top left corner, which were depicting India’s two T20 World Cup titles. After meeting the PM, the Indian team participated in the ‘Victory Parade’ in Mumbai.

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