BCCI will not take action against Rajvardhan Hangargekar

Team India’s star all-rounder Rajvardhan Hangargekar, who recently became the winner of the Under-19 World cup trophy played in the West Indies, seems to be stuck in a big trouble. In fact, he has been accused of age fraud. Maharashtra’s Sports and Youth Department Commissioner Omprakash Bakoria has accused the under-19 World Cup star all-rounder of hiding his age. Despite this allegation, there is no hope of action by the BCCI on him.

BCCI will not take any action

According to Bakoria, who accused Rajvardhan Hangargekar, the date of birth of Hangargekar from class 1st to 7th was January 10, 2001. However, while giving new admission to the school in class 8, the headmaster changed Rajvardhan’s date of birth to November 10, 2002. The same BCCI source says that, when Rajvardhan represented Maharashtra U-16 for the first time in 2016-2017, the TW3 test confirmed that Hangarker was as old as the documents. Therefore, no action can be taken against them.

Joined the team of Chennai Super Kings

Rajvardhan Hangargekar

After making a splash in the Under-19 World Cup, Rajvardhan (Rajvardhan Hangargekar) during the IPL 2022 auction Chennai Super Kings (CSK), captained by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, spent a huge price of Rs 1.5 crore on his team. is included in.

Rajvardhan Hangargekar, the fast bowler of the Indian Under-19 team, who belongs to Maharashtra, bowls at a speed of above 140. His biggest strength is bowling wicket to wicket. However, in the early days of his cricket career, Rajvardhan used to do off-spin rather than fast bowling. Apart from this, he has mastered in hitting long sixes in the lower order.