Suresh Raina want this permission from BCCI, to play in the International league matches


Suresh Raina, the former cricketer of the Indian cricket team, is trending in the headlines of social media after Mea Auction when he is unsold in this league.

We all know that this is the worst and most sad phase of this player, he gets released by CSK and their base prize is 2 crore but unfortunately, no one buys them.

After remaining unsold in Mega Auction Raina urges BCCI and wants this permission.

Suresh Raina Urges BCCI to give this permission

In BCCI rules, No male cricketer is allowed to participate in any Foreign league.

No matter that player has a National contract or gets placed in the national selection team, any Indian player cant participate in the foreign league without the permission of the board.

Now he wants permission from BCCI, IPL mega auction Raina's Cricket fans are expecting that any team would definitely buy them.

This expectation is much more from Lucknow Super Giants and CSK. But, none of these put faith in him and he is kept in the category of unsold players.

Now he has requested the BCCI to play in foreign T20 leagues like Big Bash League or Caribbean Premier League.

Apart from Suresh Raina Unmukt Chand is part of this International League

In this queue before Suresh Raina, Unmukt Chand recently made his debut in the BBL tournament.

After retirement from BCCI, he participates in USA Cricket League. After this decision, In a statement Badal Unmukt Chand said that

“These past few years have been tough. But, I was not going to give up cricket completely. If I wasn't getting enough opportunities to play in India, where were the next four or five crucial years of my career going to go? I still get emotional thinking that I will never get a chance to play for India again. But, I have made some special memories while playing in India.”

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