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Deepawali begins, says Shah; Nadda, other leaders praise India’s win against Pakistan

New Delhi: Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, praised Virat Kohli for his “cracking innings” on Sunday and praised India for winning their tense T20 World Cup encounter against Pakistan.

Amit Shah said in his tweet, “A perfect way to start the T20 World Cup…Deepawali begins. What a cracking innings by @imVkohli. Congratulations to the entire team.”

Rajnath Singh called the Indian team’s performance a phenomenal effort and praised Virat Kholi for his finest innings.

Union Defence Minister tweeted, “A phenomenal effort by Team India against Pakistan in Melbourne today. Virat Kohli played one of the finest innings of his life! This incredible victory has delighted all Indian cricket fans around the world. Congratulations to Team India on this spectacular victory.”

BJP national president JP Nadda also congratulated Team India for their splendid  victory against Pakistan and called it a historic inning that oozed class and resilience from Virat Kohli.

“Congratulations #TeamIndia for this stellar victory against Pakistan today in Melbourne. Historic innings that oozed class & resilience from @imVkohli and a fantastic display of fighting spirit by the Men in Blue proved to be the difference. Best of luck with the other matches,” Nadda tweeted.

In their Group 2, Super 12 encounter of the 2018 ICC T20 World Cup at the storied Melbourne Cricket Ground, India defeated Pakistan by four wickets thanks to an explosive half-century by star batter Virat Kohli and a century stand with Hardik Pandya (MCG) With this victory, India has two points and leads Group 2.

In just 43 balls, Virat had reached his half-century. The outstanding batsman helped India win 17 more runs by turning the tide once more in their favour. Men in Blue had a 31-off-of-12 requirement.

In their Group 2, Super 12 encounter of the 2018 ICC T20 World Cup on Sunday at the legendary Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), India defeated Pakistan by four wickets thanks to an explosive half-century by star batter Virat Kohli and a century stand with Hardik Pandya.

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