When Rohit was doing the victory parade…fans were suffering huge losses, this is the reason

Orhan Wadia
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India defeated South Africa in the final of T20 World Cup 2024.After returning to India, Team India first met PM Modi in Delhi.After this, the victory parade of Team India was organised in Mumbai.

Mumbai After the Indian cricket team won the T-20 World Cup on Thursday, a victory procession was taken out in the country's financial capital Mumbai. During the victory procession, so many fans gathered on Marine Drive that there were people everywhere. There was no place to even put a foot there. From Nariman Point to Wankhede Stadium, wherever you looked, fans were seen celebrating Team India's victory. Amidst the celebration of victory, something happened in Mumbai which no one had expected. A large number of fans lost their mobile phones.

Mumbai Police says that mobile phones of at least 60 fans who had come to attend the huge victory parade organised at Marine Drive for the Indian team that won the T20 World Cup were stolen. A written complaint has been lodged with the Mumbai Police in this regard. The police have registered a case and started investigation. Rohit Sharma and his team had arrived in Mumbai after defeating South Africa in the final in the West Indies. In such a situation, the fans were also in a celebratory mood.

13 phones were also found…
Police said, “At least 64 people who came to see Vijay Jhula lost their mobile phones. After the program, about 60 people reached Marine Drive police station to lodge a complaint. Four complaints were registered online. 13 phones found on the road were returned to their owners.” The officer said that no complaint of theft, misbehavior with women etc. was received during the program. He said that the discipline shown by the crowd who came to see the procession by following the instructions is commendable.

first published : July 5, 2024, 11:17 pm IST

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