BCCI strictly following the actions of Ishan Kishan, all players will be tightened

The Indian team’s young wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kishan has played less first-class cricket. Critics of Ishan Kishan believe that he doesn’t want to play first-class cricket and his focus is only on playing IPL. But now BCCI is in a mood to take a tough decision. In fact, BCCI may require participation in some first-class matches for Indian players to participate in the IPL. This means that before Indian players can play in the IPL, they have to play first-class matches. After that, they can play in the IPL.

It is said that BCCI has asked Ishan Kishan to play against Rajasthan in the Ranji Trophy. But Ishan Kishan doesn’t want to play. This match between Jharkhand and Rajasthan is scheduled to be played from February 16. However, after this, BCCI is in a mood to impose strict rules. Before Indian players can participate in the IPL, they have to play first-class matches, otherwise they cannot participate in the IPL. The Indian team is currently playing a Test series against England. Ishan Kishan is not part of the India-England Test series.

We tell you that Ishan Kishan represents Mumbai Indians in the IPL. Mumbai Indians had signed Ishan Kishan for huge sums. Critics believe that young players, including Ishan Kishan, are only focusing on playing the IPL instead of first-class and domestic games. Apart from Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya is suffering from injury but is expected to be fit before the start of the IPL season. Recently, Mumbai Indians had traded Hardik Pandya from Gujarat Titans. After this, Hardik Pandya was appointed as the captain of the team in place of Rohit Sharma.

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