Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lashed out at his critics after India’s sensational win over Bangladesh in a low scoring encounter of the Sahara Cup’s second ODI. Having faced the criticism for not being able to deliver acche din(good days) as he promised in his election campaign, Modi has a suggestion for those who are not being able to see acche din.
“India are bowling out their opponents on just 58 runs and if you people still can’t see acche din then you should immediately contact eye specialist,” Narendra Modi said.
“Indian bowlers demolishing the opponents is an official beginning of acche din,” he added.
Modi has also praised his aide Amit Shah and Gujarat for India’s dramatic turn around against Bangladesh despite scoring just 105 runs, their lowest ever total against Bangladesh.
“Amit Shah ji has just become a president of Gujarat Cricket Association(GCA) and he has done a remarkable job. Just like he managed the media in Uttar Pradesh, he has been able to do the same with the Bangladeshi players also,” said Modi, who addressed press after having an emergency meeting with his ministers.
India has bowled out Bangladesh on just 58 runs as visitors took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in Sahara Cup. Karnataka’s Stuart Binny has delivered a best ever bowling performance for India in ODI as he broken the record of legendary Indian leggie Anil Kumble who took 6 wickets for just 12 runs in a 1994 Hero Cup final against West Indies.
“Stuart Binny spent a lot of time in Motera stadium during IPL VII as Rajasthan home games were played in Ahmedabad also this time around. The time which he spent in the middle at Motera has done a great deal to his confidence. As you all know our Gujarat has always produced legendary players like Sir Ravindra Jadeja, Munaf Patel, Yusuf Pathan etc. Indian cricket is nothing without Gujarat. It is the only state after Maharashtra which has three ranji teams – Vadodra, Saurashtra and Gujarat,” said Modi, who resigned from the post of Gujarat CM after the historical victory of BJP in the recently concluded lok sabha polls.
Talking about his controversial speech in Bhutan’s parliament, Modi has said, ” I was right regarding declaring Bhutan a democratic nation. My Gujarat was a monarchy anyways as I didn’t allow strong lokayukta and RTI commissioner. Gujarat was kingdom despite being a democracy. While, vice-versa in Bhutan’s case.”
In an another news, Mamata Banerjee has declared seven days state mourning after Bangladesh’s shocking and shameful defeat against India in the second ODI of the ongoing three match series.