New Delhi [India], January 11 (Indiaprix): Indian Cricket KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya was suspended indefinitely on Friday after their controversial remarks, which meant that the duo was not part of India in their upcoming three matches against the ODI starting tomorrow in Australia.
In a letter to Pandya and Rahul, a committee of administrators appointed by the Supreme Court (CoA) confirmed that both crickets will not work until the matter is finally resolved.
"Article 41 (6) of the Regulation. T BCCI The Constitution, you are immediately suspended from participating in any way for any match, action or event or activity that has been accepted, organized, punished, recognized or supported in any way. BCCI, ICC, or any state union until the matter is finally resolved, "the email sent to both players read.
The Indian Captain Virat Kohli has left the team out of controversy, saying: "As Indian cricket and responsible cricketers, they do not agree with these views, they were individual opinions."
Kohli added: "From the point of view of the Indian cricket group, this does not change our belief in the room of transformation, but it does not do anything we have had Combinations to consider when the decision has come."
previously CoA Diana Edulji had suggested that crickets should be suspended until the extra action has been decided on their abuse in the celebrity chat screen ”With Koffee Karan& # 39 ;.
Cricket Control in India (BCCI) Anirudh Chaudhary, the secretary, had also requested strong punishment for Pandya and Rahul for their controversial remarks against women. He said the suspension of two matches, as suggested CoA Mr Vinod Rai is just a "standstill" that takes into account that CoA had denied Australian cricketer Steve Smith and David Warner after the IPL massive scandal last year.
He also stated that players should be able to rejoin the team after they have completed "proper sensitization" in addition to the ban.
Pandya, who shared a couch with Rahul in the latest episode of Kara's Johari, had to face what Netizens called "sexist" and "disrespectful" for women.
He showed in the show that he did not ask for the names of the women in the parties and how he looked at them moving to the dance floor.
Later, Pandya took the social media and apologized for the event's message that she "may have been a bit behind the nature of the show". (I-ALPHA)