‘BCCI had discussions with Hardik Pandya’: How India all-rounder escaped Kishan-Iyer treatment at the last moment

A big BCCI boss talked with Hardik Pandya recently. He managed to avoid some trouble that Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer faced. Kishan and Iyer are great batters for India’s cricket team. But the cricket board didn’t include them in its contracts for the next season. They didn’t follow BCCI’s rule to play in the Ranji Trophy. Kishan didn’t play for Jharkhand, and Iyer skipped a match for Mumbai. After this, Irfan Pathan, a former Indian player, talked about Hardik Pandya.


Pandya got a Grade A contract from BCCI. He only plays white-ball cricket for India. Irfan Pathan said Pandya got treated differently. He plays for Baroda in domestic T20s and Vijay Hazare Trophy when he’s not with the national team. BCCI talked with Pandya about this. They said he can’t play red-ball cricket due to an injury. So, he must play white-ball tournaments when he’s not with India. Otherwise, he might lose his contract.


What’s next for Pandya?

He’s recovering from an ankle injury before IPL 2024. Pandya played for Reliance One in a local tournament and trained in Vadodara. His fitness is checked at the National Cricket Academy. Last, he played for India in 2023 against Bangladesh.

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