Mithali Raj, a former captain of the Indian women’s cricket team, expressed her gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his “thoughtfully written acknowledgement” of her contributions to the game.
After she announced her retirement from international cricket last month, Prime Minister Modi sent her well wishes and noted that the player had served as an example for many athletes.
Mithali Raj was happy to receive compliments from PM Modi
“Receiving such warm encouragement from our Honorable Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji—who is an inspiration to millions of people, including myself—is a source of great honor and pleasure. This eloquently expressed acknowledgement of my contribution to cricket has overwhelmed me “Tweets from Mithali.
“I will always cherish this. I’m motivated and inspired to start my next chapter, and I’ll work hard to live up to our Honorable Prime Minister’s aspirations by helping to develop Indian sports “She said something on Twitter.
After accumulating 7805 ODI runs in 232 games at an average of over 50, Mithali finished her illustrious career. Additionally, she amassed 699 runs in 12 Tests, including a century and four half-centuries, and 2364 runs in 89 T20Is.