Sri Lanka's batting legend Kumar Sangakkara says has no ambitions to be next Imran Khan

August 11, 2018


The batting legend and eminent cricketer Kumar Sangakkara said that he had no expectation of making an invasion into legislative issues after nearby media detailed he was looking at one year from now's presidential decisions. Sangakkara's remarks came in the midst of a media free for all contrasting him with Imran Khan, the cricketing incredible who is set to be confirmed as Pakistan's PM on Saturday.

"I might want to put to rest theory and talk for the last time, affirming that I don't harbor any desire for political office," Sangakkara, 40, said in an announcement.

"I never have, and, with colossal sureness, I can state I never will." Sri Lanka's decision coalition and also the principle resistance are yet to name their possibility for one year from now's presidential race.

A few cricket legends in the nation have effectively changed to legislative issues.

Sri Lanka's World Cup winning captain Arjuna Ranatunga is a pastor in the present government, while previous captain Sanath Jayasuriya filled in as a delegate serve after he resigned from the global amusement.

Sangakkara quit Test cricket in August 2015 in the wake of amassing 12,400 keeps running from 134 matches with 11 twofold centuries.

The previous captain, thought about one of the unequalled greats, guided his side to the last of the 2011 World Cup before losing to India.