Parvez Rasool Calls For 2-Year Ban On Players Who Fudge Age

Jammu and Kashmir’s maximum recognisable cricketer, Parvez Rasool Tuesday known as for a two-year ban on any participant who fudges his date of start. “It’s my opinion that those that have produced faux paperwork with reference to their age, will have to be punished and banned for 2 years. Even those that have retired from taking part in the sport will have to be punished,” Rasool instructed newshounds in Srinagar.

Rasool used to be responding to questions in regards to the ban imposed on rising speedy bowler from Kashmir, Rasikh Salam, who has been banned via the cricket’s governing frame for fudging his date of start.

“I attraction to BCCI and JKCA that such circumstances will have to no longer cross unpunished,” stated the all-rounder who has performed one ODI and one T20 Global.

Rasool used to be all reward for the present management of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Affiliation (JKCA), pronouncing it has carried out in two years what may just no longer be carried out in 68 years previous.

He stated the state may just no longer previous produce high quality gamers because the JKCA have been hijacked via a couple of for his or her non-public pursuits.

“Any person would cross with the crew as supervisor after which play Ranji suits. Some gamers have been decided on as spin bowlers however play as speedy bowlers in competitions. The large gamers might not be pleased with me, however I’m pronouncing this. They’d made a laugh of JKCA.

“How would you are expecting excellent gamers to come back out beneath such cases?” he requested.

Rasool stated his cricketing occupation can have been higher had the infrastructure had to give a boost to his sport used to be to be had throughout his adolescence.

“I performed for the rustic however remained a step again because of the loss of coaching and infrastructure,” stated the 30-year-old.

“There used to be dearth of turf wicket within the state. Now we now have 5 turf wickets which have been arrange prior to now two years,” he added.

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