Lavishing praises on Sania Mirza and Saina Nehwal for moving to number one in world rankings, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today likewise offered expressions of backing to the nation’s cricketers, who were intensely censured after their World Cup ouster a month ago.
Tending to the country in his month to month ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio program on AIR, Modi commended tennis star Sania and expert badminton player Saina.
While Sania has moved to the top in doublerankings, Saina is as of now the numero uno shuttler in singles – both being the first Indian ladies to accomplish the accomplishment. “I am pleased to say that two girls of the nation have brought glory…I compliment them and all different little girls of the nation. We all vibe glad,” Modi said.
While praising them, Modi likewise communicated anger at “a few people losing their parity” at the loss of India in the cricket World Cup semi-finals. “Now and then we have a tendency to lose our offset. Amid the cricket World Cup after we lost to Australia, the sort of words that a few individuals utilized for our players, my compatriots, this was bad.
“There is no game in which there is no misfortune …. On the off chance that our players lose at some point, then we ought to keep their assurance high in that hour of emergency. We ought to gain from thrashing. I am certain we will take lessons from our annihilation in future, won’t lose our parity immediately and get into a habitual pettiness,” he said.