Pietersen opened up about his plight on Twitter. picture credit score: IANS
- Kevin Pietersen appeals to India for assist after shedding his PAN card
- Pietersen additionally tagged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi by sharing a tweet in Hindi
- This is how the Earnings Tax Division helped the previous England captain
Former England captain Kevin Pietersen has requested India’s assist after the previous cricketer and full-time cricket pundit misplaced his Everlasting Account Quantity (PAN) card forward of his scheduled tour of India on Tuesday. Pietersen, a former England cricketer, has an enormous fan following in India and the cricket broadcaster often visits India throughout the Indian Premier League (IPL) season.
On Tuesday, Pietersen opened up about his plight on Twitter. Speaking in regards to the unlucky state of affairs, the previous England captain sought the assistance of Twitterverse. In his tweet, Pietersen mentioned, “India please assist, I’ve misplaced my PAN card and am touring mon however want bodily card for work. Can anybody please refer me to somebody from whom? Can I contact you for assist?” Pietersen additionally tagged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his tweet.
Taking cognizance of the tweet, followers and followers of the sport have given exceptional reactions on the microblogging website. The official social media deal with of the Earnings Tax Division has additionally reacted to Pietersen’s tweet. “Expensive @KP24, we’re right here that can assist you. You probably have your PAN particulars, please go to these hyperlinks for the method to use for reprint of authentic PAN card,” Earnings Tax India’s Twitter deal with mentioned in its put up.
After accepting the tweet from the official deal with, Pietersen wrote, “Implausible. Thanks! I’ve emailed you. I adopted you too so somebody can DM me so I can discuss to you.” Peterson’s tweet has reached over 17k Twitter accounts and pages on the microblogging website. The previous England captain has over 3.8 million followers on Twitter.
Previous to becoming a member of the elite panel of specialists for the IPL, Pietersen had additionally traded his means into the most important extravaganza of home cricket. The 41-year-old has represented the likes of Deccan Chargers, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rising Pune Supergiant, Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore on this planet’s richest T20 league. Pietersen made his IPL debut in 2009 in opposition to Rajasthan Royals at Newlands.