In an exciting development for cricket enthusiasts in Karnataka, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced that the highly anticipated Cricket World Cup final between India and Australia will be broadcast live in all district stadiums across the state.
Karnataka: In an exciting development for cricket enthusiasts in Karnataka, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced that the highly anticipated Cricket World Cup final between India and Australia will be broadcast live in all district stadiums across the state. This move aims to provide a communal viewing experience for fans who can gather at these venues to witness the thrilling match on big screens. The Chief Minister encouraged cricket lovers to take advantage of this initiative and come together to support the national team.
CM Siddaramaiah’s Announcement:
The Chief Minister took to social media to share the news, highlighting the arrangement for live broadcasts on big screens in all district stadiums in Karnataka.
Cricket fans were urged to utilize this opportunity to enjoy the exciting moments of the World Cup final and show their support for Team India.
Deputy CM DK Shivakumar’s Wishes:
Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar extended warm wishes to the Men in Blue ahead of the final clash against Australia.
He advised the players to play with passion, determination, and an unwavering spirit, expressing hope that the team’s determination and grit would lead them to victory.
I extend my warmest wishes to the Men in Blue as they prepare to face Australia in the Cricket World Cup final today.
As the entire nation eagerly awaits for this final spectacular display, play with passion, determination, and unwavering spirit.
May our boys' determination…
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— DK Shivakumar (@DKShivakumar) November 19, 2023
Political Leaders’ Support:
The BJP unit of Karnataka joined in wishing Team India success in the final, using the phrase “Chakde Team India.”
This initiative by the Karnataka government to broadcast the Cricket World Cup final in district stadiums underscores the widespread enthusiasm for the sport and provides a communal platform for fans to come together and celebrate the event.