India’s deputy test captain Ajinkya Rahan on Friday refused to be drawn into the controversy surrounding his former Mumbai team-mate Wasim Jafar who is battling allegations that he made religious choices as Uttarakhand coach, and 42-year-old Wasim Jafar recently resigned from Uttarakhand coaching alleging interference and selection bias , Only to be slapped with allegations of a societal approach during his tenure as coach by the Uttarakhand Officials Cricket Federation. Asked about the controversy at a press conference before the second test against England in Chennai, Rahani replied: He was ignorant of the issue and therefore could not comment. The Indian deputy captain said, “Sir, I have no idea about this issue, what happened, so I don’t think I should comment on this matter, because I have no idea.” From being teammates on the Mumbai team, Wasim Jafar and Rahan have also played together for the West Zone and the Indian Oil Corporation. I recommended Jay Besta to the leader, not Iqbal but CAU officials preferred Iqbal. I didn’t invite Mulavis 3. I quit from Kostira’s prejudice to the selectors of undeserving players 4. The team used to say a hymn to the Sikh community. February 10, 2021, Anil Kumble supported Wasim Jafar in the coaching controversy Wasim Jafar Among the few prominent names that came forward to defend Wasim Jafar was former India captain Anil Kumble. Responding to a tweet from Wasim Jafar, Comble wrote, “With you Wasim. Do the right thing. Unfortunately, it is the players who will miss your guide’s ship.” Manuj Tiwari, Irfan Pathan and Dodda Ganesh are among the few who have expressed solidarity with Wasim Jafar, and after shocking allegations of religious choices made against him by the Uttarakhand Cricket Authority, Wasim Jafar launched a vigorous defense of himself. The local giant denied all the allegations against him, and Wasim Jaafar explained, “The harm”: “The collective corner that was raised, is very sad. Major to the Uttarakhand national team in June last year with a one-year contract. He resigned after Uttarakhand won only one of five matches in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Cup, and the former cricketer, who had played 31 tests for India, also denied allegations that he had brought Mulvis (Muslim religious scholars) to the team’s training sessions. The right thing. Unfortunately, it is the players who will miss your steering ship. – Anil Kumble (@ anilkumble1074) February 11, 2021 Wasim Jafar retired in March 2020 as a leading player in the Ranji Cup competition. In an excellent domestic career, he played 260 first-class matches, scoring 19,410 points with an average of 50.67, and scoring 57 hundreds and 91 fifties with best 314 matches. Posted on February 13, 2021, 00:28 Indochina Time.