Team India’s Test specialist Ravichandran Ashwin has claimed Karan Tiwari’s alleged suicide is the reality check for everyone. The 27-year-old Karan Tiwari was found hanging from the ceiling fan of his Malad (East) flat on Monday night. His death has shocked the cricket fraternity because he decided to end his life after not being able to break into the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Ravichandran Ashwin has gone through all the ups and downs during his cricket career to become a prominent player. So, the veteran opined that today’s youth need to learn how to face rejection because it’s a part and parcel of life. He expressed that the school and college showed the right direction to the youngsters for their respective careers.
Here is the Tweet of Ravichandran Ashwin:
“The demise of the Mumbai based cricketer is such a reality check, he decided to end his life because he couldn’t take rejection. The future lies with the youth of today and they must be taught to accept rejection as a part of the journey called life.
“People who are going after success in cricket or any other field for that matter, must be shown different career options all through their school and college life,” Ashwin tweeted.
People who are going after success in cricket or any other field for that matter, must be shown different career options all through their school and college life. #lifeisajourney
— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) August 14, 2020
Karan Tiwari was a club-level Mumbai cricketer. He had earlier bowled in the nets to a few IPL teams at the Wankhede Stadium. He was looking to get into a state-level team.
However, according to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) rules, a cricketer is eligible to get selected in the IPL auction only if he has represented his state at any age group.
The Mid-Day reported that Tiwari had informed his friend of his decision to commit suicide after which the latter called Tiwari’s sister. She later informed her mother but by then it was too late. Tiwari was declared dead before being rushed to a nearby hospital.