Mandeep Singh welcomes a baby boy in his life with wife Jagdeep Singh
Under Mandeep Singh's leadership, Punjab are placed at number one position in the points table of Elite Group A with 16 points.
Updated - Jan 17, 2021 10:28 am
KXIP opening batsman Mandeep Singh is basking in joy as he along with wife Jagdeep Jaswal are blessed with a baby boy. Mandeep had tied the knot with his UK based girlfriend Jagdeep after dating for quite some time, in a grand ceremony in his hometown, Phagwara on December 25, 2016.
The right-hander, who is leading his domestic side Punjab in the 2021 edition of the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, took to his official Twitter handle to announce the birth of his first child Rajveer Singh on January 16, 2021, Saturday.
“How wonderful life is now that he’s here. Me & Jagdeep are extremely happy to announce the arrival of our little prince, RAJVEER SINGH, Born 16 January 2021,” Mandeep Singh tweeted.
Here is Mandeep Singh’s tweet
How wonderful life is now that he’s here 💙 Me & Jagdeep are extremely happy to announce the arrival of our little prince, RAJVEER SINGH 💙 Born 16 January 2021 🧿 pic.twitter.com/j3n9mHyiRO
— Mandeep Singh (@mandeeps12) January 16, 2021
Under Mandeep’s leadership Punjab is having best of times as they are placed at number one position in the points table of Elite Group A with 16 points. The team has started their campaign in the marquee tournament with a win against Uttar Pradesh by 11 wickets followed by a win against Karnataka by 9 wickets.
In their 3rd match, Punjab defeated Railways by a whopping 117 runs while their fourth game on January 16 saw the team registering a massive victory against Jammu and Kashmir by 10 wickets.
Mandeep Singh supported Farmers Protest
Mandeep Singh had recently hogged all the limelight by becoming the first active cricketer to support the ongoing Farmer’s Protest. He and his elder brother Harvinder Singh had visited the Singhu Border in December 2020 and expressed their solidarity with the farmers. He was sad to see their condition as well and saluted their spirit. The batsman also hoped that the issue is resolved as soon as possible.
“I went there to show my support to all the senior citizens, who are peacefully protesting in this biting cold. It is heart-breaking to see the conditions in which they are living. Tractors have become their new home, but they are not complaining. They are so happy and cheerful. I salute their spirit.
“It was a humbling experience for me. The whole country runs on the work done by farmers, and the issue needs to be resolved as soon as possible,” the 28-year-old had said.