New Delhi, on September 5th.
Virender Sehwag, a former cricket player from India, recently asked the BCCI to have “Bharat” written on the national team jerseys instead of “India” for the upcoming ODI World Cup.
Sehwag said that players should wear a jersey with the word Bharat on it and tagged BCCI secretary Jay Shah.
“I have always thought that a name should make us feel proud. ” We, as Bhartiyas, want our country to be officially called ‘Bharat’ instead of India, which was a name given to us by the British. It has been a long time since we should have gotten our original name back.
Virender Sehwag requested the BCCI secretary Jay Shah to make sure that our players wear the name of our country, Bharat, on their jerseys for this World Cup.
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I think our name should make us feel proud. We are Bhartiyas, but India is a name given by the British. It’s time to officially change our name back to ‘Bharat’. I am asking the BCCI and Jay Shah to make sure that our players perform well in this World Cup. Here is the link to my request: [https://t. co/R4Tbi9AQgA]
Virender Sehwag tweeted on September 5, 2023.
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In another post, he expressed that he supports #TeamBharat instead of Team India. In this World Cup, let’s cheer for Kohli, Rohit, Bumrah, Jaddu, and have Bharat in our hearts. The players will wear jerseys that say “Bharat” thanks to Jay Shah.
Sehwag recently made comments about a controversy involving the Rashtrapati Bhavan. The Bhavan sent out invitations for a G20 dinner on September 9, but instead of using the usual title “President of India,” they used the title “President of Bharat. ”
Many politicians got involved after the issue became known to the public.
Sehwag, who was a very strong and adventurous opener during his time, also mentioned other countries that had decided to change their names.
“In the 1996 World Cup, Netherlands participated in the tournament as Holland in Bharat. ” In 2003, we first encountered them as The Netherlands, and they are still called that today. Burma has decided to change its name back to Myanmar, which was originally given by the British.
“And there are many others who have changed their name back to their original name,” he mentioned in another tweet.
The government might change India’s name to ‘Bharat’ during a special meeting in Parliament from September 18 to 22.
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