News India Times – that’s all you need to know Victory Parade, And PM Modi Greet Team India Champions On Return From T20 World Cup Cricket A fter Team India landed in New Delhi following their victori- ous T20World Cup campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the players at his residence on Thursday, during the interaction with the champions PM hailed ap- plauded the members for fulfilling all the hopes and expectations of the country. Earlier on Thursday morning some hours after the team landed in New Delhi, PMModi held a breakfast for the ICC T20World Cup-winning Indian cricket team. Teammanagement, BCCI President Roger Binny, and Secretary Jay Shah were also present. After the meeting with the Prime Minister, the T20World Cup Player of the Tournament award winner, Bumrah, stated that it was an honour to be invited to PMModi’s residence for breakfast and thanked him for the hospitality that he showed. “It is a matter of joy for us that you have filled our country with enthusiasm and celebration and you have fulfilled all the hopes and expectations of our coun- trymen. My heartiest congratulations to you. I want to congratulate you all. I work late at night and the TV was on and I was doing my work. You showed team spirit, talent and patience. There was no haste in your actions. You were filled with confidence,” PMModi said during the interaction with the team. After the Indian team left the na- tional capital and arrived in Mumbai, the Rohit Sharma-led team kicked off the open-top bus parade fromMarine Drive. Fans turned up in numbers, danced to the tune of India’s success, and celebrated the arrival of the T20 World Cup-winning team. Throughout the parade, players were seen lifting the coveted trophy high in the air and appreciating the support that the fans showed throughout the tournament. The love of the fans to see their team was clearly visible when some of them climbed on the tree and cheered for the team as the bus went past them. Once the victory parade ended and the team arrived at theWankhede Sta- dium, the Indian cricket players danced to the tunes of ‘dhol’ with fans cheer- ing for them.The Team lit up the iconic Wankhede Stadium with their excite- ment. -ANI Photo:X @narendramodi Photo:X @narendramodi Photo:X @ICC Photo:X @ICC Photo:X @ICC PM Modi gesturing as he speaks with Cricket World Champions Team India June 4, 2024,, after their return from Barbados where they won the deciding game against Australia. PM Modi with the World Champions Team India Parade on Marine Drive welcoming the champions of T20 World Cup cricket June 4, 2024. Virat Kohli with T20 World Cup, back at Wankhede Stadium. Thousands of fans cheer during the homecoming of cricket champions June 4, 2024. Sports News India Times (July 6 - July 12, 2024) July 12, 2024 27