130 crore Indians are disappointed to take your sannyas, Prime Minister Modi said in a letter to Dhoni


Bangla Hunt Desk: Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday announced his retirement from international cricket. Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote a letter to Dhoni praising him. The Prime Minister wrote in the letter, “You see the spirit of the new India in you. You have made it clear that the destiny of the youth is not fixed by their families, they achieve their own goals and names.”

Dhoni tweeted and thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his good wishes. Dhoni writes that an artist, an army and a player are hungry for praise. They always want everyone to know their hard work and sacrifice. Thank you Prime Minister for your appreciation and best wishes.

Prime Minister Modi wrote, “You shared a video on August 15, which was enough for everyone to understand.” 1.3 billion Indians have been disappointed, and they are grateful for what you have done for India over the past decade and a half. “Your reliance on difficult times and the prospect of finishing the game, especially the 2011 World Cup final, will keep people dead for decades,” he added.

“If you look at the statistics of your career, you are known as the most successful captain in India,” the Prime Minister wrote. You played a key role in making India the number one team in the world. In the history of cricket, your name will be remembered as the greatest batsman in the world, the greatest captain in the world and undoubtedly the greatest wicket keeper.