Virendra Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir are likely to join politics in BJP’s favor

By  Tanisha Tiwari | Updated:  Feb 06, 2019, 10:24 AM

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According to media reports cricket charm Virendra Sehwag will be contesting the coming Lok Sabha elections 2019. Bharatiya Janata Party is planning to field cricketer Virendra Sehwag  from Rohtak for the coming elections. Sehwag is all set to enter into politics.

Bharatiya Janata party has faced a crucial time in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in the Rohtak as the BJP lost to Congress in the elections. Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda defeated the BJP candidate Om Parkash Dhankar with a huge margin of more than 1.7 Lakh votes. Fielding Virendra Sehwag  for the position can be a great move in BJP’s favor as Sehwag has already proved himself to be the Congress’s opposition.  He has praised the Saffron party and Narendra Modi in many of his speeches. Sehwag’s caste role can be a major lead to the elections in Rohtak as Rohtak has a Jat majority and Sehwag also comes from the same trait.

Guatam Gambhir who recently created a woo on twitter with his help to an Army Veteran begging in Connaught Place in Delhi is also likely to join politics under BJP’s umbrella. Gautam  will field in favor of Bharatiya Janata Party. According to reports the ICC World Cup 2014 hero Gautam Gambhir will contest from Delhi with BJP ticket.

Gambhir has also praised Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party for their work and efforts. Gambhir fiercely criticized BCCI, CoA and CAB for allowing cricketer cum parliamentarian Mohammad Azharuddin to ring the iconic bell at the Eden Gardens before the start of the T20 series between India and West Indies. Apart from this, Gautam Gambhir had also extended financial aid to ailing boxer Dingko Singh and also asked others to support the Indian boxing champion and Asian Games gold medalist. Gambhir’s love for the nation is unprecedented and impeccable.

Both the shining spoons of the Cricket are likely to have their political debut this year.

 



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