Jammu and Kashmir cricketer handed two-year ban for submitting a number of beginning certificates


Younger cricketer Vanshaj Sharma, a resident of Jammu, has been handed a two-year ban by the BCCI for submitting a number of beginning certificates with totally different dates of beginning.

Sharma, who belongs to Jammu’s Bishnah, had migrated to Bihar and was presently taking part in beneath the state affiliation.

“He’s presently with Bihar Cricket Affiliation. He isn’t a JKCA participant,” Brigadier Anil Gupta, Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Affiliation (JKCA) chief, mentioned.

“He was initially registered by us in 20-21 as U19 participant. He has by no means performed for JKCA. He re-enrolled himself as a participant of Bihar Cricket Affiliation. He was registered by BCA as U-23 participant with a distinct DOB (date of beginning). He has been caught by BCCI and banned for submitting a number of DOB certificates.”

In a launch, JKCA mentioned that Sharma has been banned from collaborating in all BCCI tournaments for 2 years, efficient October 27.

“After finishing the two-year ban, the participant can solely take part within the senior males’s match performed by the BCCl and won’t be allowed to play in any age group tournaments of the cricket board.”

Sharma had migrated to Bihar and utilized from there as a member of the U-23 males’s group.

“Since he was first registered by the JKCA in 2021–22, his knowledge was obtainable with the BCCI, and regardless of him having modified the affiliation, he was caught submitting a number of beginning certificates,” the discharge mentioned.

“JKCA has been informing gamers sometimes that they need to not resort to such acts because the punishment given by the BCCl adversely impacts the profession of the participant.”



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