Veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh retired from all forms of international cricket on Friday. News of Harbhajan’s entry into politics after his retirement has also become a topic of discussion.
Speaking on the speculation, veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said on Friday that he was not against entering politics after retiring from cricket, but would like to think carefully before making a final decision on such a move. Recently, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Congress president of Punjab and former Indian ally of Harbhajan Singh, posted a photo with him on Twitter and captioned it, “Picture full of possibilities.” Due to this, speculations are rife about his entry into politics.
Harbhajan Singh said he had not yet taken a decision on the matter. In an interview, Bhajji said, “Honestly, I don’t know what will happen next. It takes two to three days to figure out which way I want to go. Yes, I want to give back to the society. If I get into politics, how or in what way, I will need to consider these things as well, because my main goal is to help people. If I decide to get into politics. “
Although Harbhajan did not say anything openly in the meantime, experts say it is highly unlikely that Harbhajan will contest the Punjab Assembly elections as he has some cricket and media commitments that will keep him busy. “As far as cricket is concerned, I will remain attached to the game,” Bhajji said. I can coach IPL teams, be their mentor or play some experienced cricket. ”
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