Rasool feels there is something suspicious in the way he has been accused by the state cricket board.

In a shocking turn of events, Indian cricketer Parvez Rasool was accused by the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) of stealing pitch roller. The 32-year old has said he is being targeted for no fault of his and wants the BCCI to take a call regarding the allegations levelled on him by JKCA.

Rasool feels there is something suspicious in the way he has been accused by the state cricket board.

While few in JKCA feels the matter has been blown out of proportion to target the veteran state player.

“They said police action will be taken. Then in the mail, they said, do we have enough proof to nail him down. Does that mean you have come here to nail me down? Their intention looks different,” Rasool, the lone J&K player to represent the Indian team told The Indian Express.

He was left disappointed after one of the officials wrote on the social networking site of how this issue should be stretched so that Rasool can hang himself.

“The official deleted it but I have the screenshot of it. Can anyone tell me what wrong I have done that I need to be hanged? If you have any doubts, they have my phone number, they can call me. It took mere seconds to clarify but it seems they wanted to victimize me,” he explains.

Rasool has now revealed his side of the story. “Roller is not like a tennis ball that I can keep in my pocket and roam wherever I want to. It’s for ground use, it’s for cricket development. I really don’t know why these things are happening here. I got a ‘second notice’ which stated that we had sent you a notice on 5th of July.”

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