Azharuddin,Kapil Dev and Kirti Azad miss out on BCCI’s one-time payment scheme to former Indian cricketers !
Mohammad Azharuddin,former Indian Captain was banned for life in 2000 for match-fixing and hence is out of list of BCCI’s one-time payment scheme. With Kapil Dev, the former Indian captain who enabled India win the first World Cup in 1983 , was also removed out of the list as he refused accept the amnesty offered by BCCI following his involvement in now-defunct Indian Cricket League which had nothing to do with BCCI.Kirti Azad who held protests at Feroze Shah Kotla ground against alleged financial irregularities in BCCI supported IPL(Indian Premiere League) is also excluded out of the list.
Ravi Shastri takes a dig at Azad while BCCI excludes his name out of one-time payment beneficiaries for protesting against IPL !
On 16th May 2012, Wankhede Stadium of Mumbai saw Shah Rukh Khan, the Bollywood King and Knight Rider Owner,using abusive languages at the ground officials after which he has been banned to enter the stadium, for life. Now what exactly happened on the ground is known only to Shah Rukh and the Officials but the both parties have different versions :
While Shah Rukh Khan’s version is that he ended up into a brawl with the MCA officials when he noticed his children being manhandled physically in the name of security and that he was not at all drunk. Shah Rukh has been banned to enter the Wankhede Stadium of Mumbai by the Maharashtra Cricket Association, on the other hand. The MCA officials have a different story altogether where they said Shah Rukh Khan, who was drunk, wanted to enter the playground which is not allowed to non-players and when the officials tried to stop him, he hurled abuses at them resulting which the brawl took place.