Hopes no one makes me shout in RS: Sachin
Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar, known for his soft-spoken nature, said yesterday that he would avoid shouting in parliament and would politely make out his case if and when the need arose.
Tendulkar, was recently nominated and took oath as a Rajya Sabha member for his cricketing achievements.
“No I don’t think I need to shout and I hope, you know, that no one will make me shout. Why should one be shouting? You can politely put your point across and say whatever you have to, and then, whatever happens, happens,” Tendulkar said in an interview to NDTV.
Tendulkar gave words of encouragement to the Indian contingent for next month’s London Olympics, saying that they should give their all in bringing laurels for the country.