The excitement of World Cup 2023 is at its peak. The Indian team has won everyone’s hearts with its explosive performance. Amidst this great event of cricket, an Indian player has been criticized. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has taken a big step and banned the young player for two years. So let us know about the player on whom the blame has fallen.
Sharma, a descendant of Jammu, got a break even before his career started.
The career of young cricketer Vanshaj Sharma, resident of Jammu, has been ruined even before it started. BCCI has imposed a two-year ban on Descendent for submitting multiple birth certificates with different birth dates. Sharma is originally from Bishnah in Jammu but he later moved to Bihar and was currently playing under the state association there.
Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) chief Brigadier Anil Gupta said, he is currently with Bihar Cricket Association. He is not a JKCA player. He told, he was earlier registered with us as an under-19 player. He never played for JKCA. He later joined the Bihar Cricket Association and had given false certificates of his date of birth. BCCI caught him and banned him for giving multiple birth certificates.
The release said that Sharma cannot participate in any BCCI tournament for two years. The ban on it will come into effect from October 27.