Indian women’s ODI team captain Mithali Raj has prayed for the early recovery of the soldiers and officers injured in the Naxalite attack in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. Mithali shared a picture of Sandeep Dwivedi, deputy commander of the Cobra Battalion of CRPF, injured in the Naxalite attack with his Twitter account. With this, he wrote that our Braveheart should be cured soon. Deputy Commandant Dwivedi is also injured in this attack. At present, his treatment is going on in the hospital in Raipur, the right hand of the CRPF’s Cobra Battalion officer Sandeep is wrapped with bandages. He has two bullets on his arm. But still the smile and courage on his face is visible. Someone clicked the same picture of him in the hospital and then posted it on social media. Since then, this picture is going viral.
People are saying that after seeing his picture, the killer smile and passion of the eyes is enough to prove his bravery. On Saturday, Naxalites attacked soldiers in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. In this attack, 23 personnel of CRPF, Chhattisgarh Police, Bastaria Battalion and DRG were martyred, two days before the Railways won the Women’s Senior ODI Trophy under the captaincy of Mithali Raj. Railways defeated Jharkhand by 7 wickets in the final. This was the railway’s record 12th title. This was the 14th season of the tournament and the railway team became the champions for the 12th time. Last year, the tournament could not be held due to Corona.
Earlier, Mithali had achieved a special place in March. She became the first Indian and the second female player in the world to score 10,000 runs in international cricket. Mithali achieved this feat in the third match of the ODI series against South Africa. England’s Charlett Edwards was the first female player to score 10,000 runs in international cricket. At the same time, a biopic titled ‘Shabas Mitthu’ is being made based on his life. In this, Taapsee Pannu is playing her character. Recently, he has started shooting for this film. A picture of this was shared by Taapsee on social media.