Sheldon Cottrell salutes MS Dhoni for his love for country

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Now the famous West Indian pacer, Sheldon Cottrell has come up with praise for the former Indian cricket captain, MS Dhoni. Cottrell applauded Dhoni for his dedication, patriotism, and love for his country and Indian Army.

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Cottrell is a soldier in the Jamaican Defence Force and his unique way of celebration during the World Cup attracts fans all over the globe. He became popular for his trademark ‘salute’ after scalping wickets. No wonder he can relate to the emotion of Dhoni serving Indian Army. On Sunday, he took to Twitter and said Dhoni is an inspiration to all both on and off the field. He wrote, “This man is an inspiration on the cricket field. But he is also a patriot and a man that gives to his country beyond duty. I have been at home in Jamaica with my boys these past weeks and had time to reflect.” He also shared Dhoni’s video in the uniform and urged everyone to watch it and enjoy. “I shared this video with friends and family because they know how I feel about honour but the moment between wife and husband truly shows an inspirational kind of love for country and partner. Please enjoy as I did.” The video from 2011 is of the occasion Dhoni was given the rank of honorary Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army by the President.

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Dhoni on Duty

MS Dhoni who has the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Territorial Army unit of the Parachute Regiment (106 Para TA battalion) became a qualified paratrooper after having completed five parachute training jumps in the Agra training camp. The veteran has recently taken a break to serve the Indian Army for 15 days. He will be with his unit in Kashmir fulfilling the duties of patrolling, guard and post duty for about 15 days.

Also Read: Dhoni will protect the citizens.- Army Chief

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Now the famous West Indian pacer, Sheldon Cottrell has come up with praise for the former Indian cricket captain, MS Dhoni. Cottrell applauded Dhoni for his dedication, patriotism, and love for his country and Indian Army.

The Story

Cottrell is a soldier in the Jamaican Defence Force and his unique way of celebration during the World Cup attracts fans all over the globe. He became popular for his trademark ‘salute’ after scalping wickets. No wonder he can relate to the emotion of Dhoni serving Indian Army. On Sunday, he took to Twitter and said Dhoni is an inspiration to all both on and off the field. He wrote, "This man is an inspiration on the cricket field. But he is also a patriot and a man that gives to his country beyond duty. I have been at home in Jamaica with my boys these past weeks and had time to reflect.” He also shared Dhoni’s video in the uniform and urged everyone to watch it and enjoy. “I shared this video with friends and family because they know how I feel about honour but the moment between wife and husband truly shows an inspirational kind of love for country and partner. Please enjoy as I did.” The video from 2011 is of the occasion Dhoni was given the rank of honorary Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army by the President. https://twitter.com/SaluteCotterell/status/1155475247514001408 https://twitter.com/SaluteCotterell/status/1155475606588362753

Dhoni on Duty

MS Dhoni who has the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Territorial Army unit of the Parachute Regiment (106 Para TA battalion) became a qualified paratrooper after having completed five parachute training jumps in the Agra training camp. The veteran has recently taken a break to serve the Indian Army for 15 days. He will be with his unit in Kashmir fulfilling the duties of patrolling, guard and post duty for about 15 days.

Also Read: Dhoni will protect the citizens.- Army Chief

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