Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya is definitely going through the worst phase of his career. He, along with KL Rahul, has been suspended by the BCCI. This has happened because of their misogynist comments on the talk-show Koffee With Karan.
Both the cricketers have been sent home from the Australian tour. They will also miss the upcoming New Zealand tour. Disappointed with all the proceedings, Hardik hasn’t even stepped out of the house after returning.
Currently the CoA members Vinod Rai and Diana Edulji are at loggerheads over the enquiry. Emails have been shot aggressively towards one another. Vinod has clarified that BCCI is in no mood to end the careers of the cricketers.
With the current scenario it seems that the Supreme Court has to now interfere in the matter. The Court will appoint an Ombudsman on January 17. After the appointment the entire investigation will commence.
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Pandya is neither leaving the house nor taking any calls
Himanshu Pandya, the father of Hardik Pandya, claimed his son is innocent a few days. He has again spoken to the media regarding the state of mind of his son.
He revealed that Hardik watched the second ODI between India and Australia on TV. However he isn’t talking with anybody at this moment. Moreover Hardik is regretting his comments and is committed not to repeat the same mistake.
“He watched the match. Ever since he has returned from Australia, he has not stepped out of the house. He is also not taking any calls and is just taking rest. He is very disappointed with the suspension and repents the views he expressed on the TV show. Hardik is committed not to repeat the same mistake,” said Himanshu.
Himanshu also revealed that the entire family hasn’t spoken with Hardik regarding the subject. They are currently waiting for the cricketing board’s decision regarding the matter.
“We have decided not to talk to him on this subject. Even his elder brother Krunal has not discussed anything about the episode with him. We are waiting for the BCCI’s decision,” Hardik’s father Himanshu Pandya said while speaking to Mid-Day.