New Delhi. The fortunes of the village of Mohammed Shami, the swashbuckling bowler of the Indian team, have brightened. On one hand, the UP government has announced to build a mini stadium in his village. On the other hand, now Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) has also made a similar announcement. RLD has announced to develop sports facilities in Shami’s village Sahaspur Alinagar. RLD national president Jayant Choudhary has said that he will use his MPLA fund to increase sports facilities and strengthen the infrastructure in Mohammed Shami’s village Sahaspur.
Lok Dal national president Jayant Chaudhary tweeted, ‘I want to develop sports facilities in Mohammed Shami’s village and am willing to donate money for this from my MP fund.’ In the next tweet it was written, ‘He is waiting for the DM’s proposal for Shami’s village Sahaspur’.
On the other hand, RLD tweeted, ‘Chaudhary Saheb (Jayant Chaudhary) is continuously striving and moving forward to increase sports facilities. In this sequence, it has been decided to develop a sports facility in Shami’s village. His decision will infuse energy among the young players of the state.
Let us tell you that the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has also given a gift to Mohammed Shami’s village. Yogi government is going to build a mini stadium and open gym in Shami’s village Sahaspur Alinagar located in Amroha. Amroha District Magistrate Rajesh Tyagi said that we are sending the proposal for a mini stadium in the village of Indian team fast bowler Mohammed Shami to the state government. There will also be an open gym in that stadium. There is sufficient land in Sahaspur and land has been identified for the stadium.
DM said that the state government is building 20 mini stadiums. Amroha district was also named in it. In this sequence, Shami’s village was selected. Let us tell you that Mohammed Shami got a chance after Hardik Pandya got injured in the ICC Cricket World Cup. He wreaked havoc with his bowling. Took 23 wickets alone in 6 matches of the World Cup. Had created history by taking 7 wickets in the semi-final against New Zealand.