PM Modi Sent a Letter to Suresh Raina
Former India captains Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Suresh Raina have retired from international cricket on the day of India’s 73rd Independence Day. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, is emotional over their departure. He has already given a letter to the outgoing captain. This time PM Modi has sent an emotional letter to Suresh Raina.
The passionate Prime Minister said that Suresh Raina is a little too young and energetic for retirement. He has contributed a lot to the country’s cricket. The next generation will remember this contribution. The Prime Minister did not want to use the word ‘retirement’ in the letter referring to Raina as young.
Addressing the former India batsman, Narendra Modi wrote, “I don’t want to use the word retirement. Because you are a little too young and energetic to announce your retirement. ‘
The next generation will remember Raina as an important bowler of the team, the Prime Minister wrote, ‘Not only as a good batsman but also as an effective bowler, whom the captain could easily use in any situation. And your vigilant vision does not count how many runs he has saved. ‘
Narendra Modi watched the last eight matches of the 2011 World Cup sitting on the field. “India will never forget Raina’s exciting role in that match,” he wrote, recalling the match against Australia. You did not play for personal glory, you played for the glory of the team and the country. ‘