24 Jan 2019, 22:34 IST
Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul are free to play for India once more after the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) lifted the bans on the duo.
All-rounder Pandya and batsman Rahul have been suspended on January 11 and despatched house from the tour of Australia following controversial feedback made on a tv present.
Each gamers apologised to the BCCI for remarks perceived as being sexist throughout an look on ‘Koffee with Karan’.
Pandya additionally printed an announcement on his private Instagram account, admitting he had “bought a bit carried away with the character of the present” and didn’t imply to disrespect anybody.
On Thursday, the BBCI issued an announcement confirming their committee of directors had lifted the “interim suspension orders” with rapid impact, pending the appointment and adjudication of the board’s ombudsman.
India’s staff administration can now name up both participant to hitch the remainder of the one-day squad on tour in New Zealand.
They gained the opening recreation of a five-match ODI collection towards the Black Caps by eight wickets in Napier, with the second recreation happening on Saturday.
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