J&K Cricketer Faces Two-Year Ban: Jammu & Kashmir cricket player Vansajh Sharma has been banned for two years by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for showing more than one birth certificate. There was a message from the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association about what the national board had done.
J&K Cricketer Faces Two-Year Ban for Dual Birth Certificates
“Vansajh Sharma, player ID 17026, submitted multiple birth certificates to BCCI and hence is banned from participating in all BCCI tournamens for a period of 2 years w.e.f October 27,2023,” a J&K release stated. More information shows that the birth papers came from two different states: Bihar and Jammu and Kashmir.
It also says that he will only be able to play in the Senior Men’s Tournament after the two-year ban is over, not in age tournaments. “After completion of his 2-year ban period, he can only participate in the Senior Mens’ BCCI Tournaments and is not allowed to participate in any age-group tournaments of the BCCI subject to submission of his residence or education or employment documents as per BCCI rules to consider as a local of that SCA he would be representing,” said the statement.