After a long and renowned profession in the Indian Cricket group, previous chief Mahendra Singh Dhoni may have plans to join the political train after retirement. Senior BJP pioneer and Ex-Union Minister Sanjay Paswan, while addressing AAJ TAK has demonstrated the equivalent, he likewise professed to have met MS Dhoni various occasions in such manner and pointed that Dhoni is good to go to initiate his political innings with the BJP after his retirement from Cricket. Paswan additionally included that Dhoni has served the country through Cricket for long and now he intends to join legislative issues to serve the country and society. In any case, Sanjay Paswan explained that Dhoni is yet to accept a last bring in such manner.
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The Indian Territorial Army presented the privileged position of Lieutenant Colonel to Dhoni in 2011, making him the second Indian cricketer after Kapil Dev to get this respect. He has been a strong supporter of the Army, boosting their assurance at numerous occasions and as of late by brandishing the Balidaan symbol of the Indian Army’s Special Forces in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The move started a discussion with the ICC denying authorization for the captain to wear the symbol yet Indian Army officials felt regarded and moved by Dhoni’s signal and it got colossal help from fans and big names via web-based networking media.
A year ago BJP President Amit Shah and Union Minister Piyush Goyal had met the previous commander in Delhi as a feature of BJP’s Sampark for Samarthan battle. In any case, Amit Shah had kept up that the gathering was absolutely official. In the wake of gathering MS Dhoni, Amit Shah had tweeted “As a major aspect of “Sampark for Samarthan” activity, met @msdhoni, perhaps the best finisher in world cricket. Mutual with him a few transformative activities and remarkable work done by PM @narendramodi’s govt over the most recent 4 years.”
As of late another celebrated and rumored Indian Cricketer, Gautam Gambhir had as of late in the 2019 Lok Sabha decisions, began his political innings with the BJP and rose fruitful in his first constituent challenge from East Delhi Parliamentary Constituency by winning the Lok Sabha race by a sound edge. In any case by joining the political field MS Dhoni will add his name to a considerable rundown of cricketers who have diverted to governmental issues after retirement from the game.
As part of “Sampark for Samarthan” initiative, met @msdhoni, one of the greatest finishers in world cricket. Shared with him several transformative initiatives and unprecedented work done by PM @narendramodi‘s govt in the last 4 years. pic.twitter.com/dpFnPWTwWn— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) 5 August 2018
Mahendra Singh Dhoni isn’t the first in this pattern, incredible Sri Lankan opening Batsman Sanath Jayasuriya had taken the political dive in 2010 and was effectively chosen as the Member of Parliament in 2010, while he was all the while speaking to his nation in ODI cricket. Speaking to the Matara area in Sri Lanka he filled in as Deputy Union Minister of Postal Services and later likewise progressed toward becoming Deputy Union Minister of Local Government and Rural Development. Previous Indian Captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi was the first to begin this pattern of joining Politics after universal cricketing professions in India. Anyway for Pataudi his political vocation was not as celebrated as his Cricketing profession. Pataudi battled two general decisions, once in 1971 from Gurugram on a Vishal Haryana Party ticket after Indira Gandhi had nullified ‘privy handbags’ and afterward in 1991 he challenged from Bhopal on a Congress ticket, just to lose both the occasions. Disputable previous Indian Skipper Mohammad Azharuddin had additionally begun his political vocation in 2009 when he had challenged from Uttar Pradesh’s Moradabad parliamentary electorate and turned into a Member of Parliament, be that as it may, he later lost in 2014 general races. The BCCI had forced an actual existence restriction on him after his name had sprung up in match-fixing outrage in the year 2000. Mahnedra Singh Dhoni could be set to join a not insignificant rundown of Indian cricketers who joined legislative issues.
This rundown likewise Includes Navjot Singh Siddhu, Kirti Azad, Chetan Chauhan, Manoj Prabhakar, Mohammad Kaif, Vinod Kambli, Sreesanth and other people who had taken the political course after their vocations on the cricket field. Given the reliable fan base and untainted picture of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he expected to sparkle splendid in the political field.