- Amit Shah had met Dhoni during the contact for support program.
- BJP leader said: Dhoni can become a part of Prime Minister Modi's team by subscribing
Jul 14, 2019, 10:06 AM
Delhi / Ranchi Mahendra Singh Dhoni can join the BJP after saying goodbye to the cricketing world. This is the claim by senior BJP leader and former Union minister Sanjay Paswan. In a conversation with a media channel, Paswan said that talking to the party in the BJP, Dhoni has been talking for a long time.
He said that before the Lok Sabha elections, efforts were made to connect Dhoni with the party. During the contact for support program, BJP National President Amit Shah had met Dhoni. After getting the BJP's membership, Dhoni can become part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's team, but all this will happen only after his retirement. Here, on Saturday, when the party's national general secretary Arun Singh was asked in Ranchi, he took silence. The top BJP leaders of the state also have been unaware of this. Jharkhand has assembly elections this year. The BJP has been busy in organizing organizational strength.
Dhoni trends on social media
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is trending on social media since being out of the Indian team from the World Cup. After getting back from the tournament, Dhoni is likely to retire from cricket. However, Dhoni has never said anything about this, but people are reacting like this on social media like Dhoni will soon retire.
After Lata Mangeshkar, the lyricist Javed Akhtar also responded in this matter. Javed tweeted the words of Dhoni and wrote that why talk about this? Javed said, "As a middle-order batsman or as a wicketkeeper, Dhoni is completely trustworthy and responsible. Virat also admits that Dhoni's understanding of the game is always beneficial for the team. Anyone can see this thing that there is still a lot of cricket left in them. Why talk about his retirement? '
Lata Mangeshkar also did tweet
Earlier on Thursday, Lata Mangeshkar also tweeted that Dhoni did not want to retire. He wrote, "Hello MS Dhoniji, I am hearing that you want to retire, please do not think like this, the country needs your game and it is also my request that the idea of â€‹â€‹taking retirement will also be in your mind Bring.'
Dhoni keeps track of Twitter for three days
Since India's defeat on Wednesday (July 10) in the semi-finals, Dhoni has been trending on social media platforms, especially on Twitter. While describing this match as their last international match, the users started talking about retirement and started sharing memories related to them. After this, Dhoni remained in top three in Twitter Trends for the next three days. On Friday, #DhoniInBillionHearts (hashtag Dhoni was battling these billion herts) and the users were appealing not to retire from them.