“Different rules for different people”-Why so Gavaskar Tweets?
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“Different rules for different people”-Why so Gavaskar Tweets?

 

Previous India captain Sunil Gavaskar stated the difference in the treatment provided to T Natarajan and skipper Virat Kohli in the context of having paternity leaves throughout the Australian Continent trip.


“Different rules for different people”-Why so Gavaskar Tweets?

 T Natarajan became a father while playing the IPL. He could be however to see his new-born daughter while he traveled right to Australia making his debut in ODIs. Meanwhile, Kohli features remaining Australia following the test that is 1st be with his household when it comes to the birth of their son or daughter in Asia.



Also, Ravichandran Ashwin is India’s fourth-highest wicket-taker in Test cricket with having  370 wickets.  He's got 150 wickets in ODIs and 52 wickets in T20s also, Despite being if Ashwin doesn’t 5 or 6 wickets in one game he just dropped out from the team. Sunil Gavaskar tweets more about T-Natarajan that Natarajan was obligated to stay like a ‘net bowler’  of the Indian contingent after becoming a dad through the IPL 2020 playoff.


“Different rules for different people”-Why so Gavaskar Tweets?


 “That was the current scenario of Indian cricket -he also tweeted that Different  rules  for different people, if you don’t believe me ask Ravi Chandra Ashwin and T. Natarajan”.


Sunil Gavaskar also pointed  the BCCI team management by  how they allowed captain Virat Kohli to leave Australia  paternity leave after the first Test and how was the pacer Natarajan was forced to stay as a ‘net bowler’, which recently to be part of the Indian Team after becoming a father during the IPL 2020 playoff.

 


  


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