BCCI imposes a 2-year ban on this Mumbai Indian’s fast bowler.


Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) banned Jammu and Kashmir and Mumbai Indians fast bowler Rasikh Salam for two years on Wednesday. He is accused of betraying the board, for stating his fake identity. In a release, the Board announced that Prabhat Maurya has taken place in the India Under-19 team, who is ready to play one-day tri-series in England from July 21.

Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education first informed the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) that the cricketer has messed up in his age. According to the documents accessed by the INS, the board had made it clear to JKCA that the certificate given to the Cricket Association does not match the records of the school. Salam was nominated in the India Under-19 team for the one-day tri-series in England on June 9.

Following the debut for the franchise in the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians medium pace bowler Rashid Salaam impressed everyone. Salaam had debuted at the age of 17 years 353 days in the IPL. He was the debutant cricketer for Mumbai at the youngest.

Talking to IANS, a former JKCA member said that it is really sad that something like this was happening in the presence of administrators in the association. “We now have two administrators and if there is still such case in spite of their presence, then it is really sad. They should keep a written record to ensure that the player does not reduce his age because it is a sin And it also deprives other young people of opportunity. “

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