Gautam Gambhir has additionally been attempting for utilization of the Yamuna Sports Complex to have universal cricket matches.
- Gambhir wrote to Lt Governor Anil Baijal urging him to rename the sports complex after Arun Jaitley
- Gambhir was very close to former BCCI vice-president and DDCA chief Arun Jaitley
- Ex-Finance Minister and BJP stalwart Arun Jaitley passed away at AIIMS on August 24 after prolonged illness
East Delhi BJP MP and previous India cricketer Gautam Gambhir has asked Lt Governor Anil Baijal to rename the Yamuna Sports Complex in Delhi after previous fund serve Arun Jaitley.
Gambhir wrote to Baijal on August 24, the day Jaitley passed away at AIIMS after delayed sickness, proposing to rename the rambling complex in his voting public after the BJP stalwart in acknowledgment of his commitment towards country building and his affection for cricket.
The cricketer-turned-lawmaker has additionally been attempting for utilization of the Yamuna Sports Complex to have universal cricket matches.
“I am composing this letter to propose to your great self to rename Yamuna Sports Complex arranged in my Lok Sabha electorate of East Delhi for the sake of prominent legal advisor, our extraordinary pioneer and previous account serve, later Arun Jaitley ji,” Gambhir letter to the Lt Governor peruses.
He said it will be a “modest motion” and tribute to the Jaitley’s commitment and “staggering” heritage.