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- Parvez Rasool is one of the most famous cricketers of Jammu and Kashmir.
- All-rounder accused of pitch roller of JKCA
- The cricketer reacted to these allegations and termed the allegations as unfortunate
Jammu: Never heard of this incident before. The Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) has accused Indian cricketer Parvez Rasool of stealing a pitch roller. The JKCA has issued a notice to the all-rounder asking him to return the machine. The cricketer responded to the allegation made by the state unit and termed it as unfortunate. Parvez Rasool, a veteran of Jammu and Kashmir cricket, is one of the most famous cricketers in his field.
Rasool is an international level player, who represented India for 1 ODI and 1 T20 International match. Rasool’s reputation is in danger in view of the allegations. The JKCA asked the player to return the machine and if this is not done then the cricket unit will take the help of the police and spoil the existing relationship.
Responding to the allegations, Rasool said, “Is this the way to treat an international cricketer who has given his life and soul to Jammu and Kashmir cricket.” BJP spokesperson Brigadier (retd) Anil Gupta sent an e-mail to JKCA asking, “Is there any evidence to humiliate them.” Rasool was also placed on this e-mail along with other administrators.
Why is Parvez Rasool furious at JKCA?
Gupta advised that the matter was exaggerated. He clarified that the mail has been sent to all the district associations. If Rasool’s name is registered in Anantnag district, mail was sent to him also. Gupta told the Indian Express, “We have sent mail to not only Parvez Rasool but all the district associations and all those who take JKCA machines in Srinagar. The machine is distributed to the district associations without any vouchers. In many districts we do not have the mail address, so a letter has been sent to the concerned person, whose name is registered. Rasool lodged an objection as to why the mail was written to him.
According to Gupta, the police threat was given in another e-mail because some districts believe that he can run away in anything and nothing will happen to him.
Rasool wrote his reply on 26 July, ‘I want to inform you that I am Parvez Rasool, the first international cricketer of Jammu and Kashmir to represent my country and IPL, Duleep, Deodhar Trophy, India A, Board President’s XI, Irani Trophy. I have played For the last six years I have led the J&K team and I am the only cricketer from J&K to get the best all-rounder award from BCCI twice. Today I received a letter saying that I have taken roller from JKCA, which is really unfortunate. Let me clarify that I have not taken any roller or machine from JKCA. I am also a player who plays cricket. I just want to ask is it right to treat an international cricketer who has given his life and soul to Jammu and Kashmir. You have a recognized unit in all the districts. You should ask him something about JKCA equipment and not me.’
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