New Delhi, Feb 13: As the World Cup 2015 begins on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished Indian cricket team for best performance to be the world champion once again. Taking to Twitter, Modi posted a series of tweets to wish each players of the Indian team.
The international cricket tournament is co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
"As the 2015 Cricket World Cup begins, my best wishes to the Indian Cricket Team. Khelo Dil Se, World Cup Lao phir se".
"My best wishes to captain cool @msdhoni. Play hard, lead well & make India proud. Knowing you, I am sure you will".
"I wish our flamboyant vice captain@imVkohli the very best for the upcoming campaign. The entire nation has a lot of hopes on him."
"Best wishes @SDhawan25! Give India a wonderful start every time you step on the pitch. Score many many runs, we are all there to cheer you."
"The only batsman to score 2 double centuries in ODIs, @ImRo45's talent has millions of fans. Make us proud once again!"
Replying to tweets, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma thanked PM Modi for his best wishes.
Shikhar Dhawan posted, "Thanks @narendramodi sir for your wishes & support Team poorityaarhai 15 ke match keliye and its gonna be grt world cup fr us! Rabbrakha"
Virat Kohli wrote, "Thank You for your best wishes @narendramodi sir. We are ready to give it our all. Jai Hind!"
Rohit Sharma tweeted, "@narendramodi thank you so much sir. Will do everything I can to make our country proud".
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