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Pandya, Rahul ordered back from Australia tour

BCCI says the pair would be stopped from playing any form of cricket

India on Friday suspended all-rounder Hardik Pandya and batsman Lokesh Rahul over remarks made about ladies on a TV demonstrate Koffee with Karan and could drive them to leave the group's Australia tour, a cricket board source said. 

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has told the group the executives that the pair won't play in at any rate the first of three one-day internationals in Sydney on Saturday while a full request is propelled. 

"Both Pandya and Rahul have been suspended pending a request over their misanthrope comments in a TV visit appear," the source said. 


Both could be requested back to India, the source included, talking on state of secrecy in front of an official declaration. 

Pandya, who was in the squad that beat Australia without precedent for an away Test arrangement, gloated on the TV VIP appear about his prosperity with numerous ladies. 

Rahul was on the show in the meantime and watched his partner's boasting that started shock via web-based networking media. Pandya, 25, has apologized for his direct, however BCCI executive Vinod Rai has proposed a two-coordinate boycott for the two players.

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