'UK BJP Yuva Morcha ka next head pakka' - Fans react as former England skipper Kevin Pietersen meets India PM Narendra Modi

In a recent piece of news for both cricket fans and political followers, the former England captain Kevin Pietersen and India PM Narendra Modi

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In a recent piece of news for both cricket fans and political followers in India, the former England cricket team captain Kevin Pietersen recently met the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, he also met the Union home minister, Amit Shah during his visit to India.

Pietersen himself tweeted about the same from his official Twitter handle. He also tweeted in Hindi for his Indian fans.

“An honor to speak so passionately and warmly about the release of cheetahs on your birthday, Sir Narendra Modi. Thank you for your infectious smile and a firm handshake. I really look forward to seeing you again, Sir!” read the tweet posted by Kevin Pietersen with one of his photographs with PM Modi.

In another tweet, KP also posted a picture with India’s home minister Amit Shah and captioned the picture with the latter, “Thank you for the most wonderful welcoming this morning, Mr. Amit Shah. Fascinating conversation. Kind, caring, and inspirational man! Thank you!”

Apart from that, Amit Shah himself tweeted his pictures with the former blistering batter of England.

“Met Kevin Pietersen, former captain of the England cricket team. Had an engaging conversation with him on a wide range of topics,” wrote Shah in his tweet.

Although the Indian fans were Indian fans, they took it as an opportunity to come up with some hilarious reactions involving both Kevin Pietersen and the political party to which Narendra Modi and Amit Shah belong.

Here's how fans reacted:

Talking about cricket, Kevin Pietersen played across all formats of the game for a period of almost 15 years. He made his first international appearance for England in the Harare ODI against Zimbabwe almost 18 years back in the year 2004.

After that, he gave his services to the three lions at the highest level of the game till his last international appearance in the Sydney Test against Australia nine years back in 2014. The 42-year-played 104 Tests, 136 ODIs, and 37 T20Is before he hung his boots in international cricket.

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