The state board gave NOC to the rebel Indian cricketer, now he will play for another team

New Delhi. ‘I was asking for NOC for two months. For this I mailed them 4 times, but they did not give NOC. But now things have changed. They have given me NOC.’ India’s Test cricketer Hanuma Vihari has given this information on social media platform X. Hanuma Vihari has played 16 Test matches for India.

Hanuma Vihari had a dispute with the Andhra Pradesh Cricket Board as soon as the Ranji season started last year. After this dispute, he resigned from the captaincy of his state team Andhra Pradesh. At that time, he had given personal reasons for leaving the captaincy. After this, Hanuma Vihari continued to play for his team throughout the season. As soon as the Ranji season ended, Hanuma Vihari revealed that he had to leave the captaincy due to the interference of a politician.

After this revelation by Hanuma Vihari, he had a fight with the state board. After allegations and counter-allegations, Hanuma Vihari clearly said that he will no longer play for the Andhra Pradesh team. He asked for a NOC (No Objection Certificate) from his state board. After a long wait, he has now received the NOC.

FIRST PUBLISHED : June 5, 2024, 13:16 IST

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