Omprakash Bakoria, the Maharashtra State Sports Commissioner. Has written to the BCCI requesting “strict action” against India U-19 World Cup-winning member Rajvardhan Hangargekar for age fraud.
Omprakash Bakoria also the Maharashtra State Sports Commissioner. Has written to the BCCI requesting “strict action” against India U-19 World Cup-winning member Rajvardhan Hangarekar for age fraud.
Bakoria also informed BCCI secretary Jay Shah in a letter dated February 8 that the pacer had changed his birth date from JAN. 10, 2001 to NOV. 10, 2002 and was thus over-age when he compete in the recent conclude U-19 World Cup.
Mr Rajvardhan Hangangekar’s actions are contrary to sports integrity and ethics. It undermines fair play and harms the nation’s reputation.
Rajvardhan Hangargekar is being investigated by the Maharashtra Sports Commissioner for age fraud.
His birth date is 10/01/2001, according to the general register kept by Terna Public School in Osmanabad.
“If the headmaster requires any changes to the birth date. Hangargekar Also was Purchased by Chennai Super Kings at the IPL 2022 mega auction last week for Rs 1.5 crore.
Mr Rajvardhan Hangargekar appears to have secured a spot in India’s national team based on the fabricated record. According to the report of Chief Executive Officer (IAS) Zilla Parishad, Also Omanabad, the said player’s birth date is 10/01/2001, making him 21 years old at the time of the incident.