Cricketer Parvez Rasool was sent a notice by Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association. It is charging he has stolen a pitch roller, says that the incident. They have constrained him to reconsider his future with the association. Also, it is needed in the Board of Control for Cricket in India to intervene to resolve the matter.
In its take note, JKCA had inquired Rasool. The only cricketer from J&K who has played for India. Also, to return the stolen pitch roller failing which police activity will be taken against him.
“They said police action will be taken. Then in the mail, they said, do we have enough proof to nail him down. Does that mean you have come here to nail me down? Their intention looks different,” Rasool said.
In addition, Rasool said that one of the officials from JKCA composed on social media. That the cricketer has to be given a longer rope so that he can hang himself. He says the post has been erasing since then.
Brigadier Anil Gupta
Brigadier Anil Gupta, a part of the three-member. The sub-committee was named by the BCCI to run JKCA. They had prior said, the notice was sent to Rasool. As his title was enrolling with the affiliation for his district.
“I have played cricket with passion and hard work. They are now forcing me to think about my future. I have come here to play cricket and not to do all this. Playing in this environment looks very tough now. If they have done this to me, imagine what they can do with smaller players” Rasool said.
Lastly, he is charged that JKCA did not deliver consent. Also, his district to sort out a cricket competition. During COVID-19 restrictions, whereas other areas have been given a go-ahead.