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Sourav Ganguly To Host Amit Shah For Dinner, Says Vegetarian Unfold

Sourav Ganguly will host Amit Shah for dinner at his Kolkata house


Dwelling Minister Amit Shah, who’s on a go to to Kolkata, could have dinner at BCCI chief and former cricketer Sourav Ganguly’s house tonight. The go to is claimed to be a courtesy name because the Union Minister’s son, Jay Shah, is the previous cricketer’s colleague as Honorary Secretary within the Board of Management for Cricket in India, or BCCI.

Mr Ganguly, 49, informed reporters nothing political must be learn into the assembly. He stated he is aware of Amit Shah for over a decade and has met a number of occasions too.

“He (Amit Shah) will come in the evening. He has accepted my invite. We have a lot to talk about. I have known him since 2008. When I used to play, we met but not so much as I used to be on tour,” Mr Ganguly informed reporters in the present day. “I work with his son. It is an old association,” he added.

On what’s on the menu, Mr Ganguly smiled and replied, “…Will go home and see. He is a vegetarian.”

This isn’t the primary time Mr Ganguly has needed to deny any political angle to his assembly with Amit Shah. Earlier than the West Bengal meeting elections early final 12 months, he needed to clear the air about his assembly with Amit Shah even then, denying he would be a part of the BJP.

Hypothesis on whether or not Mr Ganguly would be a part of the BJP has surfaced intermittently way back to 2015 and earlier than each main election in Bengal. Again then a robust buzz of “Dada vs Didi” – a reference to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee – did the rounds with Mr Ganguly reportedly in talks to hitch the BJP.

In January final 12 months too, three months earlier than the Bengal meeting elections, it was extensively reported he was in talks with the BJP. The identical month, the previous cricketer suffered a gentle coronary heart assault. He didn’t reply to the stories of becoming a member of politics.