Special bus ready for Team India’s T20 World Cup victory parade – see photos | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: In anticipation of celebrating Team India‘s recent success in the 2024 T20 World Cup held in Barbados, Mumbai is ready for an elaborate victory parade.
A specially designed bus is being prepared to transport the champions through the city, ensuring the event is both visually stunning and a fitting homage to the team’s triumph. This initiative is part of the broader festivities planned to honour the team’s exceptional performance in the tournament.
To ensure the safety and security of both the participants and the spectators, the Mumbai Police have detailed extensive security measures for the upcoming roadshow, which is expected to draw large crowds as there is free entry for fans at Wankhede Stadium today.
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Bus for parade

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The parade, featuring the T20 World Cup-winning Indian cricket team, is scheduled to take place on Thursday evening, moving from Nariman Point to the Wankhede Stadium in south Mumbai.
The event is set to occur between 5 and 7 pm, with the police taking significant precautions to prevent any disturbances during this time. Security will be particularly focused along the Marine Drive stretch connecting Nariman Point and Wankhede Stadium.
The team, having arrived back in India on Thursday morning from Barbados, was welcomed by enthusiastic fans at the New Delhi airport.
The celebration of the team’s victory began immediately upon their arrival in New Delhi, with a celebratory event at the ITC Maurya hotel. Team members, including captain Rohit Sharma, vice-captain Hardik Pandya, head coach Rahul Dravid, and key player Virat Kohli, participated in a cake-cutting ceremony, marking the beginning of the celebrations.
The journey from Barbados was facilitated by a special Air India charter flight, emphasizing the significance of their victory. This win is notably significant as it marks the end of an 11-year wait for an ICC trophy, securing India’s second T20 world title and its fourth overall World Cup win, following a nail-biting seven-run victory over South Africa.

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