VIDEO: During the silence for the martyrs, the noise lifted from the stadium, Virat did such a silent

Indian players during silence
Indian players during silence. (Photo Source- AP)
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India vs Australia, Ind vs Aus 1st T20: Indian captain Virat Kohli missed the martyrs on Saturday before the match. During the press conference, he said that the soldiers who lost their lives, have deep feelings towards their families.

Australia vs India, 1st T20: The soldiers who were killed in the Pulwama in the first T20 match played between India and Australia were also recalled. For this, the players kept silent for two minutes before the match started. Simultaneously, the player honored the soldiers and tied black stripe on their hands. During the two-minute silence, there was a lot of noise coming from the crowd. Some people were also shouting slogans of Bharat Mata Ki Jai. During this time, Kohli appealed to be calm with the people. Actually, a picture of Kohli on the social media is becoming increasingly viral. In this picture, Kohli is pointing to the audience sitting in the stadium to keep quiet. Kohli appealed to the people to keep his fingers on his lips and keep calm. Let us know that Australia won the match played on Sunday with three wickets. Australia’s team got the lead in the series by making two runs in the last ball of their last ball.

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Before this, the BCCI has already announced that due to the Pulwama terror attack, this year the IPL will not be inaugurated. Along with this, a decision has also been given to the families of martyred soldiers to pay about Rs. 15 crores. On Saturday before the match, Indian captain Virat Kohli remembered the martyrs. During the press conference, he said that the soldiers who lost their lives, have deep feelings towards their families.

Indian team is unhappy with this incident. After the terrorist attack, there is talk of not playing cricket from Pakistan. Virat Kohli said that the country, the BCCI and the government want it will be approved by Team India. Let India and Pakistan face face-to-face in the World Cup on June 15. (With language input)

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