Dismissing all of the stories concerning Group India’s new dietary plan, the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) treasurer Arun Dhumal on Tuesday (November 22) stated that the board has not issued any such directive to gamers or help workers, and they’re free to eat as per their selection. The stories earlier had claimed the nationwide cricket board (BCCI) has banned beef and pork in any type in Group India’s new weight loss plan regime. It was additionally reported that the gamers are solely allowed to eat meat in solely ‘halal’ type.
Nonetheless, the BCCI treasurer has denied all of the stories, saying that the so-called weight loss plan plan has by no means been mentioned and won’t be enforced. “The BCCI has not given any route to any participant or crew workers on what to eat and what to not eat. All these rumours are baseless,” Dhumal instructed information company IANS.
“This weight loss plan plan has by no means been mentioned and won’t be enforced. The board doesn’t advise anybody on what to eat and what to not eat. They’re free to decide on their very own meals,” he added.
The reported BCCI’s determination had earlier ignited a debate among the many netizens. Whereas many have been criticising the board`s transfer, few have been additionally completely happy. The ‘#BCCI_Promotes_Halal’ hashtag is within the high trending record on Twitter and persons are constantly expressing their opinions.
The BCCI treasurer’s clarification might now settle the matter. On the sector, India, who registered a 3-0 whitewash over New Zealand within the just lately concluded T20I sequence, are all set to face Kane Williamson`s facet within the Check sequence, beginning on Thursday in Kanpur.
India and New Zealand are assembly in a Check sequence for the primary time for the reason that World Check Championship last earlier this yr.