Cricketer Kevin Pietersen has lost his PAN card, Income Tax Department has come forward to help | Job Binary


Former England captain Kevin Pietersen has sought some help from ‘India’ and expressed his concern on Twitter. The former England captain has lost his PAN card and needs to renew it before he travels to India for work.

The cricketer visits India regularly, regularly covering the Indian Premier League (IPL) after his international retirement.

Peterson wrote, “India please help. I have misplaced my PAN card and am traveling to India on Monday but need a physical card for work. Can you please direct me to someone I can contact as soon as possible to help me?”

The Indian Income Tax Department immediately responded to the cricketer’s request. The IT department shared two links and asked Peterson to apply for the reprint of the physical PAN card by mentioning the card number.

However, if Peterson does not remember his PAN card number he can send an email to the following email address–adg1.systems@incometax.gov.in and jd.systems1.1@incometax.gov.in

Responding to the tweet, Peterson thanked the Income Tax Department.

“Awesome. Thanks! I emailed you. I also followed you so can someone DM me so I can talk to you?” he added.

Pietersen played in all three formats for England between 2005 and 2014, including a brief spell as captain. He made his international debut in the 2004 One Day International (ODI) match against Zimbabwe and made his Test debut in the 2005 Ashes series against Australia.

Pietersen captained the England Test and ODI teams from 4 August 2008 to 7 January 2009 but resigned after just three Tests and nine ODIs following a dispute with England coach Peter Moores.

Pietersen has been commentating in the IPL for the past few seasons. He has represented teams like Delhi Daredevils, Deccan Chargers, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Pune Supergiants and Sunrisers Hyderabad.

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