The Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association has made very serious allegations against former Team India cricketer Parvez Rasool. In the notice issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association to Rasool, it has been accused of stealing the pitch roller. Responding to this allegation, Parvez Rasool has termed the notice of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association as unfortunate.
The Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association has given Parvez Rasool a week’s time to return the pitch roller. The Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association said, “Return whatever machines you have of JKCA. You are being given a week’s time to return these machines. If you do not do this then police action will be taken against you.
Talking to the English newspaper Indian Express, Parvez Rasool has denied these allegations. Rasool says, “An international cricketer is being treated very badly. I have given my lesson to J&K cricket. How can such allegations be made? This is very unfortunate.”
JKCA member Anil Gupta, however, is saying that the matter is unnecessarily heated. He said, “This notice has not been sent only to Parvez Rasool. Any member who has the machine of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association has been asked to return it. Parvez Rasool took this to heart without any reason and I do not understand why he is saying this.
Please tell that Parvez Rasool is a resident of Anantnag district. Parvez Rasool is the first player from Jammu and Kashmir to play for IPL and Team India. Parvez Rasool made his debut for India in 2014 against Bangladesh. In 2017, Pavarez Rasool also got a chance to debut for India in T20 cricket.
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