Team India’s star all-rounder Rajvardhan Hangargekar, who became the winner of the Under-19 World cup trophy played in the West Indies last month, has made a big allegation. In fact, Omprakash Bakoria, Commissioner of Sports and Youth Department of Maharashtra has accused him of age fraud. However, despite this big allegation, no action will be taken against him by the BCCI.
Accused of concealing age
Rajvardhan Hangargekar, says that from class 1st to 7th, the date of birth of Hangargekar 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.
They will be seen in the yellow jersey of Chennai Super Kings
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, got 1.5 crores to include him in their team. Spent a cost of Rs.
Hailing from Maharashtra, this right-arm fast bowler has the ability to bowl at speeds above 140. His biggest strength is his wicket-to-wicket bowling. However, in the early part of his cricketing career, Rajvardhan used to be an off-spinner, not a fast bowler. But in view of the lack of fast bowlers in the team, he started bowling fast, apart from this, he also has the ability to come down the order and hit long sixes.