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Gautam Gambhir the cricketer who came into politics and joined BJP party, the case was registered against him on the basis of a non-permitted political rally.

According to the report of the Indian Broadcasting NDTV, New Delhi police registered the case against Gautam Gambhir on the directives of the Election Commission.

According to the Election Commission, the former cricketer, who recently joined BJP, violated Model Code of Conduct and did not take permission for the rally to at Jangpur Delhi on April 25.

To be clear that last year, BJP government policy supporter Gautam Gambhir was welcomed by party leader Arun Jaitley, a senior leader of the party.

Gautam Gambhir, who came to politics from cricket, replaced BJP candidate Mahesh Gree from East Delhi and was contesting with Congress’s Arundhir Singh Lali and the main ambitious AAP.

At the other hand, Atashi, while criticizing the 37-year-old former cricketer said that “Initial papers contradictions, then the crime of keeping 2 voters id and now illegally raising the rally, I have a question about my FIR Gambhir. Why do you play games when you didn’t know about the rules?

The petition filed by Atashi was allegedly claimed that Gautam Gambhir had provided inaccurate information in the nomination papers.

She claimed that Gotham Gambhir was also registered in Rajendra Nagar, including Karol Bagh in Delhi, whereas both seats are under Central Delhi parliamentary seat, hearing on this application will be held on May 1.

It is worth mentioning that former players are one of the richest candidates in Delhi, whose annual income is more than Rs 12 crore.

There will be elections on May 12, which will be held in Delhi Gautam where the constituency is contesting elections and the remaining five seats in New Delhi will be held on May 23.

Former batsmen of the Indian cricket team from New Delhi have been part of winner 2007 T20 world cup and 50 over world cup in 2011.

Apart from this, he has also won his club team twice in the Indian Premier League.

original source: dawn news.