‘Please help me India’ – Kevin Pietersen’s plea after misplacing PAN card

Pietersen tagged PM Narendra Modi in his tweet seeking help.

Kevin Pietersen
Kevin Pietersen (Image Source: Twitter)

Over the years, Kevin Pietersen has visited India on numerous occasions. Even after announcing his retirement, he frequently visits the county on account of his commentary stint during the Indian T20 league. The legend has been a regular feature during the biggest T20 league in the world. However, he recently got into trouble.

Pietersen has requested India for help after the ex-cricketer misplaced his Permanent Account Number (PAN) card before his scheduled visit to the Asian nation. It is to be noted that the English legend enjoys a huge fan following in India. As a matter of fact, he is one of the most loved foreign players in the country.

However, on Tuesday, Pietersen took to Twitter to explain his situation, and asked for help. He said that he needed his physical card for work. The former English captain also tagged Narendra Modi, i.e. India’s Prime Minister.

INDIA PLEASE HELP: Kevin Pietersen

“INDIA PLEASE HELP, I’ve misplaced my PAN card & travelling Mon to India but need the physical card for work. Can some PLEASE PLEASE direct me to someone who I can contact asap to help me?,” read Kevin Pietersen’s Tweet. He tweeted the same in Hindi as well.


Several Twitter users then went on to help him in different ways. While some people tagged a few accounts that could help him, the others advised him on the ideal steps to be taken in this scenario. The official handle of the Income Tax department has also reacted to Pietersen’s tweet.

“Dear @KP24, We are here to help you. If you have your PAN details with you, please visit these links for the procedure to apply for reprint of physical PAN Card,” the Twitter handle of Income Tax India said in its post. The 41-year-old then went on to thank them for their support as well.


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