Kolkata: Former captain of the Indian cricket team Sourav Ganguly has broken his silence on the speculation of entering through BJP in the politics of West Bengal. In an interview with a TV channel, Sourav Ganguly said about the question of entry into politics that 'not every person is for every role'. With this answer, he has made it clear that he will not join politics in the near future.
Sourav Ganguly, who always projects himself as a cricketer, has made it clear from his remarks that he will continue in the same role in the future. Since the arrival of the sports administrator as the head of the BCCI, there were also speculations about his coming into politics. Not only this, but there was also speculation in many media reports that Sourav Ganguly may attend PM Narendra Modi's rally on 7 March. Sourav Ganguly's friend and CPM leader Ashok Bhattacharya said that Sourav Ganguly will not enter politics. Not only this, but Bhattacharya also gave information about the conversation with Sourav Ganguly.
He said, 'I got a call from Sourav Ganguly today. He said that I will be connected to what I am doing. I do not want to enter politics.' BJP state unit spokesperson Shamik Bhattacharya said, "Sourav Ganguly has returned to normal activities. People will like it if he comes. But we do not know what their decision is. They have to make a decision about this.