Why the Kerala cricket team should stay away from India
Kerala cricket is one of the great sporting stories of the world.
Its popularity is unmatched in the world and its players are the best in the game.
The cricketing community is proud to have its best players, the Kerala team is no exception.
The team is currently ranked No.1 in the country and is ranked number one in the ICC rankings.
But the cricket world has been shocked by the Kerala Cricket Board’s decision to boycott India for a month over its handling of the deaths of the Kerala batsmen.
The BCCI has been accused of negligence and the Kerala government has been critical of the BCCI.
The BCCI was quick to distance itself from the incident.
The Kerala cricket board, which has a population of around 1.5 crore, is the highest ranking board in the Indian cricket hierarchy.
It is an independent body with the power to take decisions regarding the players, team, the BCCIs operations and the rules.
But the cricketing world has now been shocked to learn that Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) president M L Thapar had taken his decision to withdraw from the Indian team for a fortnight.
In an interview to the Indian Express newspaper, the KCA president was quoted as saying that he has decided to withdraw his participation in the upcoming ICC World Cup in England and was considering his next move.
The KCA is also embroiled in a bitter dispute with the Indian government over the death of its two most famous players, Ravindra Jadeja and Vijay Hazare.
The two players were allegedly killed in a helicopter crash during the final over of the first Test match of the IPL on September 5.
The Indian team had earlier announced that the team would travel to England on October 8.
Kerala Cricket Association president M K Thapas decision to cancel the participation of his team is a serious blow to the BCCIC, and will have an impact on the players’ development in the sport.
“I don’t think it is fair to put the kerb out for all the cricket players.
The KCA has been trying to make a positive impression for a long time and now it has become a joke.
The board will be forced to act as an independent authority and decide its future.
The players will also feel the impact of the decision,” said Vinayak Mokhandar, president of the India Cricket Association.
“The board has already decided to play in England.
I will not be involved in this decision,” added Mokdev, who has been the president of Kerala for almost three decades.”
We are not looking to the ICC or any other authority.
The decision of the KCCA is just a political decision.
I have always supported the BCCAs governance and I will continue to do so,” he added.
Thapar, however, has not been shy about his opposition to the move.
“It is unfortunate that the KMCI president has decided that he will not play in the India-England World Cup.
It was a serious decision.
The IPL has been a very positive one for the BCCC.
I don’t want any team to feel that they are being cheated by their BCCI team,” said Thaparam.