Good news: Indian team left for home with the World Cup, will reach Delhi at 6 am, will meet PM at 11 am…

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. After the storm subsided, the Indian team has left for home from Barbados. Team India, which won the T20 World Cup on Saturday, left for India from Bridgetown after a long wait of four days. The world champion Indian team led by Rohit Sharma will reach Delhi on Thursday morning at 6 am. The players and staff of the team will go directly from the airport to ITC Maurya Hotel. After this, the players will meet PM Narendra Modi.

The champion players will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Prime Minister's residence at 11 am. After meeting PM Modi, the cricket team will leave directly for Mumbai. After reaching Mumbai, the winning team will be able to meet the champion. Indian Team A victory procession will be taken out. The victory procession will be from Nariman Point to Wankhede Stadium. During this, prizes will be showered on Indian cricketers. BCCI itself has announced a bonus of Rs 125 crore.

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India defeated South Africa on 29 June T20 World Cup Trophy Since then, Indian fans are eager to welcome their champion team. But the storm Beryl in Barbados further prolonged the wait for the Indian team to return home. Due to this, the Indian cricket team remained stuck in Barbados ever since it became the world champion. The players confined in the hotel remained connected with their families and fans through social media. The champion players shared many pictures and videos of winning the T20 World Cup on social media.

Rohit Brigade ended the wait of 17 years
India has won the T-20 World Cup for the second time. Indian Team Earlier, India won the T20 World Cup trophy in 2007 under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. This was also the first edition of the T20 World Cup. After this, India had to wait a long time for its second trophy. The Indian team captained by Rohit Sharma finally ended this wait on 29 June 2024.

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