#DhoniKeepTheGlove Tops Twitter Trend in India After ICC Asks BCCI And MSD to Get Rid Off Indian Army 'Balidan' Badge From Wicket-Keeping Gloves
MS Dhoni (Photo Credits: Getty)

MS Dhoni during India vs South Africa was spotted with the Balidan badge, the regimental dagger of the Indian Para Special Forces on his wicket-keeping gloves. While the gesture invited loads and loads of accolades from the fans, the International Cricket Council had asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to get the symbol removed from Dhoni's gloves. This got the netizens annoyed and the matter became debatable. The angry netizens started # DhoniKeepTheGlove on social media. Indians are not taking the matter lightly and have launched a massive campaign in favour  of Dhoni on Twitter. Remove Indian Army 'Balidan' Badge From MS Dhoni's Gloves: ICC to BCCI. 

While speaking to IANS, Claire Furlong, ICC General Manager, Strategic Communications, said that the BCCI has been asked to get the symbol removed from Dhoni's gloves. "We have requested the BCCI to get it removed," she said. The annoyed netizens put up a series of tweets on social media. MS Dhoni Dons Indian Army 'Balidan' Badge on Keeping Gloves During IND vs SA Match at ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Fans Laud MSD's Gesture.

Check Out Few Tweets Below:

No Dearth of Support For Dhoni

#DhoniKeeptheGlove Campaign is Only Growing

Here’s Another One.

Dhoni Should Continue Wearing the Gloves with Balidan Badge.

The Internet User Has His Reason to Justify Wearing the Balidan Badge.

Last But Not the Least

According to the International Cricket Council, “The ICC equipment and clothing regulations do not permit the display of messages that relate to political, religious or racial activities or causes during an international match." However, fans are demanding that ICC take back it's "command" and allow Dhoni to use the gloves he wants to. Surely, emotions are running high on this one and it looks as if it will not subside very soon.