BCCI is one of the most influential in the cricket world, so the BCCI officials. Recently BCCI announces the Indian cricket squad for the upcoming world cup, to keep the focus of the team BCCI decided to include MS Dhoni as their mentor during the World Cup.

As per Jay Shah, BCCI Secretary, he met MS Dhoni in the UAE during the first week of September first week and he played an important role to make MS Dhoni a mentor for the Mega event.

BCCI’s Twitter page posted Jay Shah addressing the media during the revealing of the squad, in that video he said, “I have one announcement to make. Mr .MS Dhoni will join Team India as a mentor for the upcoming T20 World Cup. I am glad that MS has accepted BCCI’s request and he will join Team India for the upcoming T20 World Cup. MS Dhoni will work closely with Ravi Shastri and other support staff to support Team India”.

Here is the Video, 

After seeing this video Indian fans trolled him for the way he addressed the media,

It is not a good sign of making a mockery of someone’s language proficiency. English is a foreign language that is not a mother tongue for any Indians, it’s sad to see that Indian people trolling their own people for the way they are speaking the foreign language. 

About Jay Shah

Jay Shah became BCCI secretary in the year of 2019, and he is also the president of the Asian Cricket Council.

Before BCCI, Jay Shah’s contribution:

After serving as an executive board member of the Central Board of Cricket, Ahmedabad, starting in 2009, Shah became the joint secretary of the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) in September 2013. During his tenure as joint secretary, he oversaw GCA’s construction of the Narendra Modi Stadium, the world’s largest cricket stadium, in Ahmedabad, along with his father Amit Shah who was GCA president at the time; the project was reportedly the brainchild of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who was the president of GCA before Amit Shah.

Shah became a member of the finance and marketing committees of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2015.[12] He stepped down from the position of GCA joint secretary in September 2019.[13] The following month, he was elected as the secretary of BCCI for a one-and-a-half-year term and the youngest of the five office-bearers.[8][14] In December 2019, the BCCI selected Shah as its representative for future CEC meetings of the International Cricket Council. In January 2021, the Asian Cricket Council appointed Shah as President.