“Won’t go anywhere even after October”: People said after seeing Amit Shah having dinner with Ganguly

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Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief Sourav Ganguly hosted Union Home Minister Amit Shah at his residence on Friday, May 6, during a two-day tour of West Bengal. are on. Ganguly works with Amit Shah’s son Jay Shah who is the Honorary Secretary in the BCCI.

After the news of Amit Shah’s arrival at Sourav Ganguly’s house, many people started speculating that now Ganguly is also going to enter politics, but former India captain Sourav Ganguly denied these things and said that Amit Shah And there is an ‘old connection’ between them as he has known them for many years. Amit Shah and Sourav Ganguly’s meeting has now become a topic of discussion on social media.

There is a special friendship with Amit Shah’s son

Sourav Ganguly said in an exclusive conversation with NDTV that “…we have a lot to talk about. I have known him since 2008. When I used to play, we used to meet but not that much because often I was on tour. used to do.”

The former India captain and current BCCI chief further added, “I also work with his son. It is an old association.”

Will Sourav Ganguly’s tenure extend?

Indian cricket fans have linked the meeting between Amit Shah and Ganguly to the extension of the tenure of current BCCI boss and home minister’s son Jay Shah in the Indian Cricket Board as his current term ends in October this year.

Fans said Ganguly has hosted Amit Shah to guarantee that he will continue as BCCI chief and groom Jay Shah to take over the post later. Let’s talk about Jai Shah and Ganguly’s tenure is going to end in October.

Virat Kohli-Sourav Ganguly controversy


Everyone is aware of the controversy between former captain Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly. There was a lot of uproar over the press conference that Virat Kohli held as captain before leaving for South Africa tour. After the claim made by Virat Kohli in this, Sourav Ganguly wanted to send him a show cause notice.

Kohli had ruled out any talks with Ganguly about leaving the T20I captaincy after the BCCI chief said that he had asked Kohli to stay on as the captain of the Men in Blue in the shortest format of the game.

Whatever happened within Indian cricket with the BCCI during the time of Jay Shah and Ganguly created a negative image of Indian cricket on the world stage.

We will have to wait and see whether Ganguly and Jay Shah leave after their tenure ends or whether they get an extension, as fans are speculating, given Ganguly’s ties with the Shah family.