Anuj Rawat under scanner for playing unsanctioned league in Mauritius

NEW DELHI: Delhi's wicketkeeper-batsman Anuj Rawat, who just lately captained India U-19 in four-day matches in Sri Lanka, is under the scanner for enjoying an unsanctioned T20 league in Mauritius closing yr along with a number of Pakistani cricketers.

The event was held in June closing yr and Anuj played in it along some lesser-known first class gamers like Asad Pathan.

Normally for enjoying in leagues in UK or Bangladesh, a cricketer wishes (No Objection Certificate) NOC from BCCI to use for visa.

However, for travelling to Mauritius, Indian nationals don't need a visa if the meant stay is for no more than 60 days.

The visa coverage states: "You don't need a visa to enter Mauritius. On arrival, your passport will be stamped allowing entry to the country for 60 days. You'll need to be able to provide evidence of onward or return travel."

The rule allowed the cricketers to circumvent BCCI and play within the event, which featured a large number of questionable names.

It is learnt that India's U-19 World Cup hero Manjot Kalra had also sought permission from the BCCI to play this actual event, only to be rejected by the guardian body.

Anuj, who's lately enjoying a in the future series in opposition to Sri Lanka colts, looked as if it would have no longer procured any NOC from the BCCI to play within the unsanctioned event.

A youtube video of the event has emerged and Anuj is seen enjoying in a fit between groups named Flac Royals and Quatre Borne.

Anuj's opposing group comprised former Pakistan cricketer Hasan Raza and ex-England international Owais Shah, who had featured within the sting operation performed by the Al Jazeera community.

Acting BCCI secretary Amitabh Chaudhary was stunned to grasp that some gamers have played within the unsanctioned event.

"The age group players are educated by BCCI at the national level. This is very unfortunate if junior players have gone ahead and played unsanctioned tournament. This needs to be looked into seriously," Choudhary informed PTI lately.

BCCI GM (Cricket Operations) Saba Karim stated that he was unaware of the traits.

"For any tournament outside India, the players need to seek NOC from BCCI. I am not aware whether Anuj sought permission or not. You could check with DDCA," Karim stated.

A senior DDCA legitimate showed that Anuj has no longer taken any permission from the state affiliation.

Anuj made his first class debut closing yr and scored 178 runs in 3 video games with two part centuries.


He couldn't make it to the U-19 World Cup squad in New Zealand because of deficient display within the lead-up tournaments.


However, he was rewarded with captaincy of the days' side and led them to a 2-0 victory within the Youth Test series in Sri Lanka just lately.


Anuj can nonetheless claim that he was unaware of the principles as in June 2017, he was no longer part of the nationwide U-19 camp.


However, the BCCI, in all likelihood, could ask him a couple of difficult questions about flouting the principles of the guardian body.
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