Jammu and Kashmir cricketer Parvez Rasool has now appealed to the BCCI for help in allegations against him, know what the whole thing is

Parvez Rasool, the first and only cricketer in the state to represent Jammu and Kashmir on the Indian cricket team, has denied allegations of theft against him. The Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) has accused Parvez of stealing pitch rollers and also sent a notice seeking his response. JKCA says Parvez should return the pitch roller or else he will be prosecuted. Parvez is now seeking the intervention of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). He has also been forced to think about his future.

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Parvez told ‘The Indian Express’ that he would take police action first. Then said in the mail, we have enough evidence to finish it. Does that mean you came here to insult me? His purpose seems to be different. Rasool described such behavior with her as very unfortunate. He is now seeking BCCI intervention in this regard. Parvez said I would like the BCCI to intervene in the matter. Being forced to think about my future.

Parvez alleged that a JCCA official tweeted that Rasool should be put on a long rope to hang him. The officer then deleted the tweet. He said, ‘The officer then deleted it but I have a screenshot of it. Can someone tell me what I did wrong if I had to be hanged? If you have any questions, they have my phone number, they can call me. It only took a few seconds to explain it but it seems they wanted to harass me.

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Anil Gupta, a member of the BCCI’s Trilateral Committee, received the notice in this regard because his name was on the register of the J&K Cricket Association and the mailing address of other districts was not available. He said that every member of the district has been mailed keeping the matter on hold for the board machine.

However, the all-rounder says that it seems that the notice was sent later because he never received the first notice. Parvez said, “They said it (the name) was in their record book. If it was in the record book, why didn’t it send me the first notice? “I have played cricket with passion and hard work. They are now forcing me to think about my future. I am here to play cricket, not to do all this. It is very difficult to play in this environment now. Think.

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