The Supreme Court of India may decide the fate of Indian cricketers Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul over Koffee with Karan controversy. The Supreme Court website has “tentatively listed” the next BCCI hearing for today. The tentative listing now means that new date – to announce the appointment of a new Amicus and the appointment of an ombudsman to decide on the players, among other things – puts the onus back on Vinod Rai and Diana Edulji. Unless the date of the hearing is changed in due course and brought closer.
Supreme Court had said on January 19 that it will hear the matter within a week – Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul have to wait for 14 days more before an ombudsman is appointed to take a final call on the preliminary report submitted by BCCI CEO Rahul Johri.
Hardik Pandya made some disturbing comments on the show bur his most disturbing remark was about his family being open and how he came home after losing his virginity and said, “Aaj karke aya hu (I did it today).” He also recalled taking his parents to a party where they asked him which woman he was seeing, and he pointed at all of them one by one and said, his parents were proud of him for having ‘scene’ with multiple girls.
KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya were on national duty representing India in Australia, when they were called back mid-tour. While KL Rahul showed a streak of poor performances in the recently concluded Test series which India won by 2-1, Hardik Pandya did not play any game.
Hardik Pandya made his comeback in the Indian squad for the final two ODIs against New Zealand and contributed with both bat and the ball. Pandya made a fiery 45 with tha bat in the fifth ODI to help India win the match.