India all-rounder Hardik Pandya and batsman KL Rahul had been fined for “sexist, disrespectful and racist” feedback made on a tv chat display.
They’ve been ordered to pay 2m rupees (£22,160) every via the Board of Regulate for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Pandya and Rahul have been visitor on Indian programme Koffee with Karan in January.
Pandya, 25, and Rahul, 27, have been due to this fact despatched house from India’s excursion of Australia.
They neglected 5 suits and misplaced out on fit charges price greater than £30,000, even if the bans have been later lifted.
The BCCI stated the avid gamers had proven feel sorry about and apologised for the feedback however that they needed to “make amends”.
A BCCI ombudsman wrote in his file: “In our nation the sport of cricket is steadily handled as faith, respected and the cricketers are idolised.
“A participant of world status wishes to remember that he’s shouldering a accountability in opposition to society always.”
At the display, Pandya spoke about “hook-ups” with a number of ladies and stated he preferred to look at ladies at bars and nightclubs.
He boasted about being open along with his oldsters concerning the liaisons, even if Rahul used to be extra reserved along with his feedback.
India captain Virat Kohli described the remarks as “beside the point” sooner than the avid gamers have been suspended.
The proceeds of the fines might be shared between the bereaved widows of servicemen and a blind cricket scheme.