Rahul Mankad, former son India Almighty Vinoo Mankad has written an email to BCCI Chairman Sourav Ganguly asked the board to stop using the term “Mankading” to denote movement affected by the bowler when the non-shooter backs too much.
Since his visit to Australia in India in 1948, Bill Brown has supported too much, and Vinoo Mankad has been involved in this form of dismissal.
In a recent Twitter post, BCCI referred to the elimination rounds in the women’s domestic competition as “Mankading”.
In this regard, 66-year-old Rahul was dissatisfied with this and submitted the question to BCCI, pointing out that even the International Criminal Court now uses the term “run out of this dismissal” and wrote a letter to Ganguly Email, served as secretary Jay Shah and CEO Heman Amin.
He wrote in an e-mail on October 18: “I am writing this e-mail to request the resolution of an unfounded and disrespectful situation in a post on the BCCI website.”
ICC dropped the unfortunate term referring to my father and started calling it Run Out: Rahul Mankad
Rahul Mankad also confirmed to Sportsstar that he did not receive any response from the board of directors. In addition, that post has not been deleted.
“This is an overly enthusiastic and insufficiently informative post. It may be a wrong attempt at humor, but in my opinion, the fact that it has not been deleted is worrying. I urge you to take immediate action and delete the offensive immediately. Post,” he further wrote.
He further pointed out that the International Criminal Court has stopped using the term “unfortunate” that stained his father’s great legacy.
“Vinoo Mankad is a great Indian cricket player. His status as a player and an individual is unquestionable. You will agree. I firmly believe that BCCI needs to stand up and recognize errors related to the dismissal of the same name. It is correctly named “RUN OUT”.
“As you know, the International Criminal Court has abandoned the unfortunate term referring to my father and started to call it escape. The BCCI of all peak agencies should take the lead and solve this problem once and for all. This is correct,” he added. .
Vinoo Mankad scored 2109 times in 44 tests, with an average score of 31.47 times, and scored 162 wickets in 32 times. Earlier this year, he was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.
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