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This cricketer who won India’s World Cup trapped in the fraud, Chargesheet file

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The player, who won the Under-19 World Cup for Team India, has been caught in the age-old forgery. Delhi Police has filed a charge sheet against Manjot Kalra, the hero of the 2018 Under-19 World Cup Final.

The player, who won the Under-19 World Cup for Team India, has been caught in the age-old forgery. Delhi Police has filed a charge sheet against Manjot Kalra, the hero of the 2018 Under-19 World Cup Final. Manjot Kalra was the man of the match in the final of the Under-19 World Cup match.

Manjot Kalra scored an unbeaten 101 in the match of the 2018 Under-19 World Cup final match for India. On the basis of Kalra, team India managed to win the title of the Under-19 World Cup for the fourth time.

In the Delhi Police chargesheet, it has been informed that Manjot Kalra had told his age less than a year. The Delhi Police Crime Branch is investigating the age of the case, in this case of forgery.

Fraud for the Under-19 Cricket Tournament

Indeed, Indian cricketer, Kalra was shown reducing age to get involved in under-19 cricket tournaments. According to the information, it was manipulated in the paper too. It is alleged that all the parents of Kalra have done. However, now the matter has reached court.

Kalra’s birthdate is different in the records/certificates issued by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the school. According to the chargesheet filed by the Delhi Police in thirty thousand courts, Kalra’s original birthdate is January 15, 1998, whereas in the record of BCCI he has given birth date 15 January 1999.

Kalra’s father and mother’s name in the charge sheet

Police have named Kalra’s father Parveen Kumar and mother Ranjit Kaur in the charge sheet. Delhi Police said in the charge sheet, “It is clear that their parents changed their birth date to feed the son Kalra to Delhi on behalf of Delhi. There is no doubt that Manjot’s family changed their berth certificate. However, Manjot’s father has rejected these allegations. He said that Manjot’s birth date was once incorrectly written in the school, which was later corrected after 1999.http://digitalpolling.com/category/sports-360/

Let the former MP and cricketer Kirti Azad register the case 4 years ago in the year 2014-15. After which the SIT was investigating it. When the SIT started investigating, all the layers of the fraud were opened.

Rasheed Salam is also stranded in age forgery

Apart from Manjot Kalra, 17-year fast bowler Rashid Salam of Mumbai Indians has also been caught in age forgery. Jammu and Kashmir State School Education Board have told the State Cricket Association that Rakhe has forgery with his age. The Board has written to the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) and said that the age the Rashikh told the Cricket Board does not match the records of the school.

JKCA has told the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) that before taking any action on this, the Board should look at this issue. Rashikh was selected on June 9 in the India Under-19 team in the tri-series against England. Apart from India and England, Bangladesh Under-19 teams are taking part.https://aajtak.intoday.in/sports/story/chargesheet-against-under-19-world-cup-winner-star-manjot-kalra-by-delhi-police-tspo-1-1092620.html

A former JKCA member said that it is sad to be like this in the present administrators of the Sangh. They said, ‘We now have two administrators and it is a sad thing to have such things in their presence. They should make sure that the player does not play with his age because it is sin, and by doing so, the young will lose the opportunities that come in front of him.

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