Chandigarh, Sep 23 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister (CM) Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for cricketer Joginder Sharma, who has taken two wickets in a Twenty-20 Semi-final Cricket Match played between Australia and India at Durban last evening.
While stating this here an official spokesman said that Chief Minister Hooda had congratulated the entire Indian Cricket Team for entering the finals of the tweuty 20 world Cup and wished them good luck.
The Chief Minister had announced on September 6 that any cricketer hailing from Haryana would be given an amount of Rs 25,000 for taking a wicket and Rs one lakh for making a century in any International Cricket Match.
Meanwhile, the Haryana Police has also congratulated Joginder Sharma, who was recently appointed as Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), for his excellent bowling against Australia.
Complimenting Indian Cricket Team, the Haryana Police hoped that Joginder Sharma would play a significant role in repeating the history of 1983 World Cricket Cup created by the then Indian Cricket Team Captain Kapil Dev who also cames from Haryana.