According to sources Cricketers Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul will have to wait longer to return to international cricket as the Committee of Administrators (CoA) asked the Supreme Court to appoint an ombudsman to look into the issue. Meanwhile with the Special Bench comprising Justices S.A. Bobde and A.M. Sapre deciding to adjourn the case till next week, the duo will not be able to feature in the upcoming limited over’s tour to New Zealand as well due to their remarks on a television talk show which were widely criticized as crass and sexist.
Furthermore the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has already sent Vijay Shankar and Shubman Gill to replace the duo. Reportedly senior advocate Parag Tripathi, who was representing the CoA, said the issue is best left to an ombudsman. He told the court "The CoA has decided that they should not make any further comments on this matter until the ombudsman comes up with a decision and there is need for an ombudsman”.
Moreover Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who was appearing on behalf of several state associations, argued that the CoA has served its function and elections to decide new office bearers to the BCCI should be held.
Is it Self Dismiss? Or Self-Goal? TSRTC strike has reached to 11th day. Though Unions send signals on delegations on their demands, TRS Government doesn’t show much interest to resolve the issue. Adding to that, statements of Telangana Ministers were added fuel to fire.
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