IPL 2023: Military officer father did not want Akash Madhwal to play cricket, got transferred from Roorkee to Nainital; Read what is the specialty on LinkedIn
Akash Madhwal lost his father in the year 2012, who was an officer in the Military Engineer Services (MES). Then Akash focused his attention on studies. He also worked as a site engineer in Roorkee.
Pratyush Raj. Mumbai Indians rising star Akash Madhwal’s military officer father, late Ghana Nand Madhwal, did not want his son to play cricket. He transferred from Roorkee to Nainital in 2010. He feared that the “cricket bug” would ruin his younger son’s Class X boards. After 13 years, Akash has created a furore with the ball. He bowled the best in IPL playoff history. He took 5 for 5 in 3.3 overs as Mumbai Indians beat Lucknow Super Giants by 81 runs in the Eliminator.
Speaking to The Indian Express from Roorkee’s Dhandhera, Akash’s elder brother Ashish Madhwal said, “We both loved cricket, but Akash was more interested. I used to play for fun, but he was with us. Our father got so annoyed with playing cricket that he got transferred from Roorkee to Nainital so that we could concentrate more on our studies. I was in Class XI and he was in Class X.”
site engineer jobs
Akash lost his father in 2012, who was an officer in the Military Engineer Services (MES). Then Akash focused his attention on studies. He also worked as a site engineer in Roorkee. In 2019, when Uttarakhand finally gained BCCI recognition, he turned up for a trial in Dehradun and impressed the then coach Wasim Jaffer. He was immediately included in the senior team. A year later, he was selected as the net bowler of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). In 2022 he was with Mumbai Indians as a support bowler in place of Suryakumar Yadav in the last two matches.
Akash Madhwal also has an account on LinkedIn
Like any corporate employee, Akash Madhwal also has an account on LinkedIn. Though he has not been active since quitting his job as a site engineer, but in the ‘About’ section he mentions about working in complex environment, handling variety of tasks, solving problems, hard working and positive attitude It is written in He displayed all these skills on Wednesday night in Chepauk.
elder brother’s hand in success
Talking about Akash’s family in Dhandera, his mother has tears of joy in her eyes. His elder brother Ashish is getting calls from media and well wishers. He said, “When he left the job, our mother was not happy. You know the mindset of a middle class family. I used to run a clothes shop, his income was important for us. But deep inside I always knew that he wanted to play cricket. The age gap between us is only one year. When he quit, we were sitting on our terrace, I told him, ‘You just play, I’ll take care of everything. Your spikes, your diet, cricketing gears, but promise me you’ll never give up on your dreams. He did just that.