Indian players and supporting staff yet again showed their affectionate behaviour towards the martyrs of Pulwama attack. They wore army caps in the match which was played between India and Australia in Ranchi. Indian players were supporting army-style concealment caps in the third ODI against Australia to pay tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama attack and it’s armed forces.
At the time of attack also, whole India was United as well as Indian players. They commented on various things and helped martyrs families to cope up with this situation. Indian players have been constantly supporting their families by money, food, and they are with them all the time.
Ms Dhoni, who holds an honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian army, presented the caps to the players before the start of the match. The whole of the team was filled with gratitude.
Ms Dhoni distributed caps to each and every player as well as to the support staff as well. While giving caps, he received various emotions as Kedar Jadhav saluted Dhoni for his step. Jasprit Burman also showed him the sign of saluting. Virat Kohli, captain of Indian team, at the toss time said that the Indian team players will donate the match fees of this match to the families of Pulwama attack families as a donation to them so as they may receive some help from it.
Indian team was appreciated for the efforts they put towards the Jawans.