Mohammed Siraj is the most noteworthy wicket-taker for India. His showed an incredible performance in the just-concluded four-match Border Gavaskar Trophy. Siraj had picked 13 wickets from three Tests as he didn’t play the day-night Test in Adelaide, at a normal of 29.53, an economy pace of 2.85 and a strike-pace of 62.
However, the pacer addressed a major cost for the equivalent as he didn’t go to the burial service of his dad. Siraj was finishing his 14-day isolate period in Australia in November 2020 when he got the staggering information on the dying of his dad, Mohammed Ghouse, because of a lung illness.
The 26-year-old pacer was given the alternative to fly back to India, however, he decided to remain back and complete his dad’s fantasy about seeing him play the Test match. The pacer spoke to India in Whites as well as made the whole country glad as he went from being India’s reinforcement bowler to the head of the speed assault and aided the group register a fantastic Test series win Down Under.
Siraj again won hearts as subsequent to arriving at India, he didn’t venture out to his home like his colleagues yet drove directly from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Shamshabad to the burial ground in Khairatabad to offer his final prayers to his dad and grieve for his misfortune.
Veteran Bollywood entertainer Dharmendra got profoundly passionate seeing the photos of Siraj visiting his dad’s grave. The legendary actor took to his Twitter handle to extol the pacer for his remarkable performance and gave his sympathy.
Dharmendra tweeted, “Siraj, Braveheart son of India Love you …Naaz hai tujh par, dil par walid ki maut ka sdma liye tum watan ki Aan ke liye match khelte rahe ..aur ek unhoni jeet watan ke naam darj kar ke lote..Kal tujhe apne walid ki qabbr par dekh kar mun bhar aya . jannt naseeb ho unhein.” (I am so proud of you. You carrying the pain of your father’s death in your heart but played for the glory of the country and registered an unexpected victory before you came back. It made my heart heavy to see you at your father’s grave yesterday. May he be welcomed into heaven)”
Checkout his tweet below: