Rinku Singh Suspended for Three Months After Violating BCCI Rules
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have suspended Rinku Singh for three months with immediate effect after the southpaw violated the rules of the governing body. The suspension will be valid from 1st June. Rinku Singh is an impressive cricketer who was part of the Kolkata Knight Riders squad during the recently concluded IPL.
The Uttar Pradesh batsman landed himself into hot waters after he took part in the Abu Dhabi T20 League. For the 2nd time in quick time, an Indian has invited trouble. A few months earlier it was Irfan Pathan who violated the BCCI rules by drafting his name for the auctions in the Caribbean Premier League. However, he didn’t attract any bids and remained unsold in the tournament.
Rinku Singh made his first-class debut against Punjab in November 2016. The southpaw last played for his state way back in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy against Mumbai. Rinku Singh had a forgettable outing with the bat during the IPL for KKR. He managed to score just 37 runs in 5 matches.
The left-hander is a good young talent but hasn’t managed to make a mark in competitive cricket. Currently, he has been served a 3-month ban by BCCI. In a statement released by BCCI, they have made it pretty clear that these violations won’t be accepted and the charges could be more in future.
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