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His former colleague Mohd Azharuddin may have joined Congress but legendary bowler Kapil Dev is not in any mood to join politics now despite being approached by several parties.
I have been approached by every party. But I am not thinking about politics at this time. Though,I always want good people to join politics, he told reporters here.
His response came to a question whether he was approached by Mayawati-led BSP for fighting the coming Lok Sabha polls.
Azharuddin,the former Indian skipper,had joined Congress yesterday.
I can do only one thing at a time and I am happy with what I am doing right now, he said during his interaction with media ater attending the two-day training session of the Territorial Army here.
The former cricketer is a Lt Colonel in Territorial Army’s 150 Infantry.