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Former English spinner Monty Panesar will contest the election

Former English spinner Monty Panesar will contest the election this year. Indian-born former English spinner Monty Panesar will contest the elections from the Fringe Workers Party in the next general election of Great Britain.

According to the news agency AFP, left-wing leader George Gallaway said that Panesar is one of the 200 candidates that our party will put up for voting.

The 42-year-old Panesar represented England in 50 Test matches between 2006 and 2013, taking 167 wickets.

He was born in Luton, north of London, to Sikh parents from the Punjab region of India, and Panesar, who attended matches wearing a black headband, soon became popular with English fans.

He will stand in the Ealing South Hall constituency in West London in the expected election this year.

To win the elections, he will have to defeat the candidate of the main opposition party, the Labor Party, Virender Sharma, who won by over 16,000 votes in 2019.

Speaking to LBC Radio, George Galloway said that Monte Panesar will be our candidate from Southall, a Sikh-majority area.

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