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The Supreme Court has decided to appoint an ombudsman for the case next week.

In a fresh example of the officials of the Indian cricket board (BCCI) to speak in different voices, the current President CK Khanna has decided to put his foot down, in the case of Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul and suggested that the suspension is imposed, to be lifted on the cricket players.

Pandya and Rahul were exposed to, as per BCCI's Constitution, to a request for your crass comments in a TV talk show. The Supreme court has decided to appoint an Ombudsman, for the case next week.

"I suggest, that pending inquiry, we will be back, both the cricketers in the Indian squad immediately and allow you to join the team in new Zealand at the earliest," Khanna wrote in an E-mail to the Supreme court-appointed Committee of administrators (CoA) and the BCCI's office-bearers.

"You have made a mistake, and they have already hung up and called back from the series against Australia. You also have a condition submitted lots of apology. We don't have to be added to keep your career in a suspended state," Khanna, while pushing for a meeting between CoA and BCCI office-bearer.

Khanne also refused to hold an extraordinary General meeting of the members of the Board of Directors to convene, as called for by some state units. "According to the Constitution of the BCCI, an Ombudsman appointed at the Annual General meeting (AGM). But the matter (appointment of the Ombudsman) is already sub-court, wrote pending," Khanna, answers to BCCI Treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry.

Khanna also sought BCCI's acting Secretary Amitabh Choudhary is of the view that agreed with Khanna.

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