Former India captain and coach Anil Kumble voiced his backing for Wasim Jaffer, after he spoke out in opposition to allegations of adopting a communal strategy throughout his stint because the coach of Uttarakhand. After Jaffer stepped down as Uttarakhand coach earlier within the week citing interference from the state cricket board, Cricket Association of Uttarakhand (CAU) officers made allegations of Jaffer being communal, which the former India opener has repeatedly denied. Responding to a tweet by Jaffer defending himself, Anil Kumble wrote “With you Wasim. Did the right thing. Unfortunately it’s the players who’ll miss your mentor ship.”
With you Wasim. Did the suitable factor. Unfortunately it is the gamers who’ll miss your mentor ship.
— Anil Kumble (@anilkumble1074) February 11, 2021
In his tweet, Jaffer had listed out sure clarifications about allegations made in opposition to him.
Suspended Congress chief Sanjay Jha had earlier give you a snide tweet asking if the main names in Indian cricket – together with Kumble – would tweet in assist of Jaffer amid the row, as they’d accomplished concerning the farmers’ protest final week.
“Will you all please speak up for Wasim Jaffer? If you need any help, I will draft the tweet for you, which you can copy- paste. Your action needs to be on Twitter, public, like during the farm protests. I await your response,” he wrote, tagging Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma other than Kumble.
Will you all please converse up for Wasim Jaffer? If you want any assist, I’ll draft the tweet for you, which you’ll copy- paste. Your motion must be on Twitter, public, like throughout the farm protests.
I await your response. https://t.co/RuCYBRIFVh
— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) February 11, 2021
Anil Kumble and Wasim Jaffer, other than having performed collectively for India, are additionally at present colleagues at Kings XI Punjab. While the legendary spinner is the pinnacle coach for the KL Rahul-led facet, Jaffer is the batting coach for them.
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