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Monday, 04 March 2024 1.28 PM IST

Modi attempted to make gains using Indian players who were devastated by defeat; Prakash Raj takes a dig at Modi

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BENGALURU: Actor Prakash Raj has taken a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi who visited the devastated members of the Indian cricket team at the dressing room after the team suffered a defeat in the final of the ODI World Cup. Prakash Raj mocked the Prime Minister by sharing a note posted by a pro-Congress social media account claiming that the BJP had planned to organise huge celebrations under the leadership of Modi if India had won the World Cup.

Prakash Raj shared the note on X along with the caption 'Supreme Actor's Script gone wrong..many more to follow.'


The note shared by the actor stated that a BJP leader in Rajasthan had revealed to Congress leader Supriya Shrinate that if India had become the World Champions, the BJP leadership in Rajasthan had planned to print banners and hoardings with the Prime Minister's photo along with the pictures of the Indian team members. The BJP had also planned to use all this in the elections. However, these plans of Modi and the BJP failed miserably as India lost in the final, the note read.


Modi also planned to hold a road show in Jaipur with the Indian players in an open bus if India had won the World Cup. The note also said that the BJP leader had demanded that all this should be kept secret.

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The note further said that following Team India's defeat in the final, Modi tried to make gains by visiting the disappointed Indian players in the dressing room.

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