Friday , April 19 2024

'…otherwise you will have to face consequences', BCCI's warning letter increases Ishan Kishan's tension – News India Live

Letter from BCCI Secretary Jai Shah : Nothing is going well for Indian cricket team's star wicketkeeper batsman Ishan Kishan recently. He had taken a break from cricket of his own free will. After this he did not inform the BCCI, team management, coaches and even his home team. He did not even play Ranji Trophy for the home team. BCCI and team management seem to be unhappy with Ishaan's attitude. BCCI Secretary Jai Shah has also indicated this many times. Once again Jay Shah has made it clear by writing a letter to all the players, “Domestic cricket is very important for the board. If a player gives priority to IPL and ignores domestic cricket, it will not be good for him.”

Jai Shah wrote a letter and warned the players

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah has written a letter warning contracted players not to play India-A and domestic cricket. Jay Shah has written a letter to top cricketers warning them that domestic cricket has become an important criterion for selection in the national team and failure to participate in it will have serious consequences.

Indian cricket stands on the foundation of domestic cricket

According to reports, these days some players are giving less importance to domestic red-ball cricket and more importance to IPL. Its trend has gone away. This is the reason why Jai Shah had to write a letter. He wrote in the letter, “A recent trend has emerged which is a matter of concern. Some players have started giving priority to IPL more than domestic cricket. that was unexpected. Indian cricket stands on the foundation of domestic cricket and has never been given any less importance. Our vision for Indian cricket has been clear from the beginning. Any player who wants to play for India will have to prove himself in domestic cricket. Performance in domestic cricket is important for selection in the Indian team. There will be serious consequences for not playing domestic cricket.”