Dutee Chand Reveals Her Love for Politics on Twitter, Indian Athlete Discloses ‘She Always Wanted to Join Politics Since Childhood’

Vikas Singh Derek

Indian athlete Dutee Chand on Monday expressed her love for politics with a tweet on her official Twitter account. The Indian sprinter revealed that she wanted to join politics since childhood. The 23-year-old sprinter also said that her family is connected to politics from the grassroots levels. The Indian sprinter was in headlines earlier after revealing her bisexuality to everyone. Many sportspersons lauded her for opening up about her sexuality before the world. Now, the sportswoman opened up about her desire to join politics.

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Informing that her mother is the SARPANCH of her village, she wrote on Twitter, “I have always wanted to join politics since childhood. My family has also been involved in grassroots politics, with my mother being the SARPANCH of our village”. Have a look at Dutee Chand’s tweet below. Dutee Chand Confirmed to Take Part in World Athletics Championships 2019.

Dutee's Love for Politics!

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Her tweet became quite popular among Indian sports enthusiast who reacted to her tweet. While some advised her to concentrate on her sports career, others urged her not to join politics now. Chand came into headlines earlier this year after she revealed about her bisexuality and also blamed some of her family members to oppose her relationship. She revealed she was in active relationship with a girl from her sports academy.

On the other hand, her mother blamed her university Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology for her bisexuality revelation. Her mother also said that her partner was behind her money. Dutee Chand is a star Indian athlete. He has won multiple medals in Asian Games, Asian Championships, Asian Indoor Athletics Championships and Asian Junior Athletics Championships earlier.