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Rajesh Chauhan
Rajesh Chauhan

Rajesh Chauhan

Minister of Legislative Assembly

Rajesh Chauhan pronunciation (born 19 December 1966) is a former Indian cricketer who played in 21 Tests and 35 One Day Internationals from 1993 to 1998. He was part of the Indian spin trio of Kumble (Leg break) -Raju (Left arm orthodox)-Chauhan (Off break), in the 1990s. Although his own contributions were only of limited value, India lost none of the 21 Tests in which he played. The record, for which he is perhaps remembered most for his last-over six off Saqlain Mushtaq at Karachi in 1997, which sealed a four-wicket win for India against Pakistan. In April 2007 he was seriously injured in a car accident. He suffered multiple fractures as well as bruising on his leg, back, hand and head. He currently resides in Bhilai - Chhattisgarh running a business. He is now PRO in Bhilai Steel Plant.His father Govind Raja Chauhan, who lived in Ranchi, was also a cricketer and played Ranji Trophy in 1957 & Duleep Trophy in 1964. Their ancestral village is Vidi in Kutch and he belongs to a small community known as Kutch Gurjar kshatriyas. Rajesh also served as Chairman of All-India Youth Wing of Kutch Gurjar Kshatriya community for years 1993–96 and is an active social member of the community.On 7 July 2014 suffered a massive cardiac arrest at his residence in Bhilai, however, survived.

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