Kevin Pietersen sends a special wish in Hindi as India celebrates Independence Day

Kevin Pietersen celebrates independence day
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Kevin Pietersen Celebrates Independence Day

Former England batsmen Kevin Pietersen celebrates independence day, who is popularly known for his batting skills and his style of playing cricket took his time out and sent out special wishes to all the Indians celebrating the 75th Independence Day.

India is celebrating its 75th Independence Day Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, people are proudly celebrating the Independence Day in all parts of India, and with the new era of technology, where social media is taking over, popular celebrities are taking their time and wishing people a Happy Independence Day, Many cricketers have wished there fans base like Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni, Suresh Rania, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya and many more have shown their celebrations on their social media handles.

Only one person is catching the attention now and it is none other than Kevin Pietersen who wrote his tweet in Hindi and sent those special wishes saying “75th Swatantra Diwas ki shubhkamnayein, Bharat. Garv karo or lamba khade raho. Aap sabhi ke lie ek behtar kal ka nirman ho raha hai (Happy 75th Independence Day India. Be proud and stay tall. A bright future for you all is in the making).”

Kevin Pietersen Tweet

Prior, a few groups of Indian players, including previous Indian captain MS Dhoni changed their Profile picture to tricolor on online platforms to help the association government’s mission “Har Ghar Tiranga”, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi encouraging the country to lift the tricolor at their homes and asked the citizens to change profile pictures on online platforms to the tricolor.

Earlier today Narendra Modi addressed the people at Red Fort for the ninth time on the occasion of Independence Day. Where he talked about so many things and one main thing was related to sports.

He talked about how sports can change and develop the future of India. He even talked about our recent achievements in the Commonwealth games and asked the citizens of the nation to support and follow sports regularly.

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