BCCI Imposes A Penalty Of Lakhs On 'KWK' Case's Victims Rahul-Hardik


Lokpal DK Jain of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul were asked to pay a lakh rupees to the family of 10 soldiers of paramilitary forces who lost their lives on duty, as well as Cricket Association of Blind (CAB) It has also ordered to deposit 10 lakhs in the fund for development. 

In order to make an indecisive remark for women during the 'Coffee With Karan' show, a penalty of 20-20 lakhs has been imposed on both the players.

Former Justice Jain of the Supreme Court said that if both of them cricketers do not do so within four weeks, the BCCI can cut the match fee for both of these players.

Lokpal DK Jain also mentioned that both the cricketer had already missed an opportunity to earn a match fee of 30 lakh rupees when Hardik-Rahul was recalled from the middle of the tour of Australia., but he also said that the country's cricketers are like role models. And they should talk to them accordingly.

According to the instructions published on the official website of the BCCI, Jain wrote that no strict action will be taken for further proceedings on Pandya-Rahul as they both have suffered suspension and have apologized due to objectionable comments against women.

In this way, this case of KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya will be over, and both the players will be able to play in the World Cup preparations after playing in IPL 12 season.

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