This Indian Cricketer Is All Set To Join Politics. Twitter Is Happy And Welcoming Him

Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir is one of the most talented left-handed batsmen that India has ever produced and now it seems that he is going to showcase his talent in politics.

As per a report published in news daily Dainik Jagran, Gautam Gambhir may fight next elections of Delhi on the ticket of BJP.

Presently, Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party is ruling the state and BJP is desperate to achieve victory in New Delhi as it the capital of the country.

Earlier also, many cricketers have tried their luck in politics; for example Navjot Singh Sidhu is a minister in Punjab government while Mohammad Kaif and Mohammad Azharuddin have also fought elections on the ticket of Congress party.

Twitter is happy with the news of Gambhir entering politics & this is how users welcomed him:

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There were few who requested him not to join politics as well:

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Gambhir last played for India in 2016 when he was a part of the test team that played against England while he played last for the country in limited overs format in 2012. He has played 58 tests and scored 4,154 runs while in 147 ODIs that have been played by him, he has scored 5,238 runs. Nobody can forget his contribution in making the team win the T20I World Cup 2007 and World Cup 2011.

The 36 years old cricketer is known for calling a spade a spade and has never shied away from expressing his opinion on important matters. He is known to be involved in various charity works and has a clean image that may help him in winning elections if he decides to enter politics.

He was also the captain of IPL team Delhi Daredevils but he stepped down as the team was not performing well under his captaincy.

Do you think that Gambhir should join politics or not? Do let us know.

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