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August 17, 2018
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Cricket fraternity pays tribute to the former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee

By Rajsi Swaroop

From India’s visionary leader to a great poet, From a legendary journalist to an inspiration of the millions, India lost a gem of the century, named Atal Bihari Vajpayee on 16th August 2018 at 05:05 PM. On the demise of the former Prime Minister, Team India condoled from England and shared their thoughts and condolence to the minister who died at the age of 93 after leading an ideal life in India. He took his last breath in AIIMS, Delhi and was treated for a Kidney infection, Urinary Tract infection, chest congestion, and Low Urine output.

From BCCI to Sachin Tendulkar, Every cricketing body, players tweeted about the biggest loss of India.

Here are the tweets:

Agreed with Rohit Sharma, It is definitely not a great week for India!

Mr Vajpayee served as Indian Prime Minister Thrice. Indian Cricketing fraternity expressed the condolence on his demise which created a void space in Indian minds. It is an unbearable loss for the nation. Vajpayee Ji considered as one of the most influential leaders of the nation. He once said to Indian cricket team led by Sourav Ganguly while they were on the tour to Pakistan, “sirf khel hi nhi dil bhi jeeten (Not only the game but win the hearts too).” Dada Ganguly was so touched with his words and stated that he would do the same for sure. Every person who knew his greatness would remember Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji, but the biggest loss is of the next generation who will only get to listen to the stories about him and his greatness which this generation felt.

Hearty condolence to the legendary great leader and a visionary man of words Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji, you will be remembered by many of us and will be followed by millions to make this country a better place than ever.

Rajsi Swaroop

I am Sports Fan precisely Cricket, Football, Tennis. I want to give my life to the sports media so that India will become a Sporting nation soon.