Maharashtra government opened the vault for its champion players

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, the Indian cricket team won the T20 World Cup title. Team India won this title for the second time by defeating South Africa in the final. On winning the World Cup trophy, Team India received a prize money of about 20 crores from the ICC. On returning home, BCCI announced a reward of 125 crores to Team India. Now the Maharashtra government has also looted the treasury for its 4 players. Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has announced a cash prize of Rs 11 crore.

The announcement was made at the Vidhan Bhavan in Mumbai, where Indian team captain Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Shivam Dubey were felicitated. In his speech, Shinde praised the team's victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the World Cup as well as Suryakumar's brilliant catch in the final match against South Africa. The Chief Minister felicitated fellow team members Paras Mahambre and Arun Kanade and praised their contributions.

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Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Devendra Fadnavis were also present on this occasion. Pawar said, 'Rohit Sharma has made it clear that he will no longer play T20 international matches. But whenever we watch a T20 match, we will always remember you and your team's achievements.' Praising Rohit, Fadnavis said that his name will now be recorded in cricket history forever.

According to Fadnavis, 'Rohit gave us both good and bad news in the same day. He won the T20 World Cup but also announced his retirement from the T20 international format. His name has been recorded in the history of Indian cricket forever.' Rohit said that the victory in the final was due to the team effort. He said, 'Chief Minister Eknath Shinde told me that such an event has never been organized before in the Vidhan Bhavan complex. After such a long wait, the dream of bringing the Cricket World Cup to India has come true. It was a team effort.' Rohit jokingly said, 'It was a complete team effort. Surya told everyone that he was lucky that the ball came in his hand. If it had not been so, I would have kept him out in the next match.' Surya turned the tables of the match by catching David Miller in the last over of the match.

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