BCCI also ordered to deposit 10-10 lakh rupees in the visually impaired cricket fund.
Hardik Pandya had claimed to have relations with many women during the show.
new Delhi. In the case of abusive comments on women, the penalty has been imposed on allrounder Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul. The Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) Lokpal DK Jain asked both the players to give one lakh rupees to the wives of 10 martyrs of paramilitary forces who lost their lives on duty. Along with this also, the order for depositing Rs 10 lakh has been made in the fund for the development of visually impaired cricket.
Match fees can be deducted from the rupees
The Lokpal said, "If both players do not deposit the penalty amount within four weeks, then the board can deduct money from their match fees, both players were sent back from Australia tour, so that they already had about Rs 30 lakh Were missed by earning. "
Lokpal said, "There are cricketer role models in the country, they should do things which are according to their level, although both the players had apologized and did not protest against the action against them."
Hardik and Rahul made objectionable comments on women in Karan Johar's chat show Coffee with Karan. Pandya had claimed to have relations with many women during the show. Subsequently, Pandya was criticized on social media.
After being trolled on social media, Pandya had said in cleanliness – "I was lost in the nature of the show." He tweeted that his intention was not to hurt anyone's feelings, because of my statement, whose feelings have been hurt. , I want to apologize to all of them. "
Rahul-Hardik was called back from Australia tour after a dispute. Both were suspended for indefinitely. However, the suspension was later withdrawn. Hardik-Rahul was also selected in the 15-member Indian team for the World Cup in England and Wales from May 30 to July 14.