Friday, February 12, 2010

IPL bans Jadeja

India and Rajasthan Royals allrounder Ravindra Jadeja may accept to absence this year's Indian Premier League (IPL) for actionable the Code of Conduct. According to well-placed sources, the IPL has abeyant the Saurashtra cricketer for this division - as he was acceding for added bacon from assorted franchisees, after accepting a approval from the Royals for this season. Jadeja can now address adjoin this decision. Sources said that back the Royals active up Jadeja for the countdown season, he was an under-19 recruit and was inducted into the aggregation through the 'draft system' for which he was paid the assured Rs 20 lakh. In the additional season, back the authorization got the befalling to assurance Jadeja for two years, he was afraid to assurance on the dotted band and alone agreed to comedy for the Royals for a year.

After his arrangement with the Shane Warne-led aggregation concluded on December 31, 2009, Jadeja started attractive for a more good bargain. Rules say that he can allocution to added teams alone if Royals - who accept the aboriginal appropriate to abnegation - accede to let him go. Sources added that Royals discussed the affair with the IPL abettor Lalit Modi and it was absitively to append Jadeja. "We carefully attach to the Code of Conduct and if any cricketer is actionable it again we won't abide it," a BCCI official said.

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