- Qualified paratrooper Dhoni had withdrawn his name from the West Indies tour, he will be in Kashmir from July 31 to August 15
- Dhoni received the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Territorial Army in 2011.
- They are part of the Parachute Regiment 106 paragraph Territorial Army battalion
Sports desk Former India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not going with the team on the tour of the West Indies. He has taken a two-month leave. During this time they will serve in the army. Dhoni is part of the 106 paragraph Territorial Army battalion of the Parachute Regiment. They will train in Kashmir with the unit from July 31 to August 15. This unit is part of Victor Force. Dhoni will take charge of petrol, guards and posts here. During this time they will stay with the jawans. This information was given by the army.
Dhoni was given the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 2011 by the Indian Territory Army. Dhoni told the BCCI that he will not be available for Team India’s tour of West Indies. It was believed that after World Cup-2015, Dhoni would say goodbye to cricket and speculation has been going on for a long time since his retirement.
Dhoni’s average of more than 50 in ODIs has played 350 ODIs, 90 Tests, 98 T20 Internationals for India. He has scored 10,773 runs. During this time his average was more than 50. In Test matches, Dhoni has scored 4876 runs at an average of 38.09.