The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) on Sunday chose to lift the entry restriction on performing artist Shah Rukh Khan.
Ban On Shahrukh Khan Lifted:Mumbai Cricket Association
‘The Bollywood superstar was banned for a long time from entering the MCA premises, including the Wankhede Stadium on May 18, 2012, after he was included in a fight with the security staff and authorities of the cricket body taking after Kolkata Knight Riders’ triumph over Mumbai Indians two evenings prior.
From that day, Superstar Shah Rukh Khan neither entered the Mumbai Cricket Association premises nor the Wankhede Stadium. So, it’s now great news for all the Kolkatha Knight riders fans that they can see their favorite hero and owner of their favorite team cheering for them at the venue itself.
“Today, in the MCA meeting, it was chosen that the boycott forced on IPL’s Kolkata establishment proprietor Shah Rukh Khan ought to be lifted. With the earlier regard of our leader Sharad Pawar, it was proposed by me that the prohibition on him be lifted and the overseeing advisory group endorsed it consistently.
In this manner, the prohibition on his entrance in the Wankhede Stadium has been denied,” VP Ashish Shelar told correspondents.
The affiliation likewise chose not to challenge the BCCI-forced life restriction on unclean player Ankeet Chavan notwithstanding a Delhi Court dropping criminal charges against him. Association chooses not to challenge BCCI-forced life prohibition on Ankeet Chavan.
“Ankeet Chavan, who has been cleared of MCOCA (Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act) charges, asked for us to persuade BCCI to lift the prohibition on him. In any case, the BCCI has officially sent a mail to MCA clearing the verifiable position on this issue,” Mr. Shelar said. “The MCA has thusly concluded that it would not test BCCI’s activity against Ankeet which was taken according to the disciplinary advisory group code and the counter debasement code.”