Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni after skipping the tour of West-Indies, will join the military in doing patrolling duty in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).
According to reports of Baaghitv, former Indian skipper and wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni will join the Indian Military regiment 106 Para TA Battalion in carrying the duties of patrolling in the troubled region. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has skipped the tour of West-Indies where the Indian team will play the limited-over matches and test matches.
MS Dhoni is an honorary lieutenant colonel in a reserve force of Indian military. He will spent two months with the military in this tour and will carry on the duties of doing patrols, guard and post duties. Dhoni, who led India to their 2011 World Cup triumph, got into trouble during the World Cup in England for having his regiment’s insignia on his wicket-keeper’s gloves.