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Can’t contact players, JKCA pulls out of Vizzy Trophy

The Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association (jkca) will not be sending a team to participate in the Vizzy Trophy in Visakhapatnam as they have not received any response from governor Satya Pal Malik on the security arrangements for the team to travel. The association is also struggling to get in touch with its own players, including captain Parvez Rasool.
JKCA CEO SAH Bukhari confirmed this development but added that he was unaware of any letter being sent by JKCA administrator CK Prasad to the governer.

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“It’s unlikely we will be going to play Vizzy Trophy. The situation is improving, but the biggest obstacle has been communication with our players. We have cellphone numbers of all our players in our association office, but they have not given any landline numbers. In today’s time, people don’t use landline and rely on cellphone. We have managed to speak to a few players but couldn’t speak to those who are in the Valley as their mobile phones aren’t working. Also, we don’t know where Parvez Rasool is,” Bukhari told The Indian Express.

Rasool not reachable

Asked whether the association tried to find the whereabouts of its players or send someone to check, Bukhari said: “No, we didn’t because if we sent our car to search for our players, we don’t know what is happening in their villages. We don’t want to take that risk. As this is just a local tournament and not a BCCI tournament, we thought it’s better not play this season.”
The Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association (jkca) will not be sending a team to participate in the Vizzy Trophy in Visakhapatnam as they have not received any response from governor Satya Pal Malik on the security arrangements for the team to travel. The association is also struggling to get in touch with its own players, including captain Parvez Rasool.

Indian Express

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