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The BCCI has released a document following the death of Mohammad Siraj's father

The BCCI reported that Mohammad Siraj was given the opportunity to fly again for his father’s last rites, but the fast salesman preferred to stay behind.

The BCCI has released a document following the death of Mohammad Siraj's father

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday issued an official statement saying that Mohammad Ghose, the father of the fastest father of the Indian cricket team, Mohammad Siraj, died on Friday at the age of 53. The BCCI informed Siraj that he was given a chance to fly again for his father's last rites, but the fast salesman preferred to stay behind.

The father of Indian fast salesman Mohammad Siraj passed away on Friday after a short illness. The BCCI said, "The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) discussed with Siraj and gave him the opportunity to fly back and stay with his family in that tragic event."

"The vendor has decided to stay with the Indian Army and fulfill its national responsibilities. The BCCI is saddened and will support Siraj at this difficult juncture.

"The BCCI urges the media to give Siraj and his bereaved family members their place and privacy."

BCCI leader Sourav Ganguly lauded Siraj's strength and called it "extraordinary in nature" for pursuing and prioritizing national duty. Ganguly wrote on Twitter, "Mohammed Siraj should overcome the loss due to this strength . Best wishes for success in this journey. A wonderful character," Ganguly wrote on Twitter.

Siraj retired from India Tests on the backdrop of IPL 2020 campaign. The fast bowler saw the Royal Challengers play in the Bengals and made 11 passes in nine games. Siraj became the first ball of the IPL against Calcutta Knight Riders and made history by scoring  3/8 from four overs, including two girls in the same match.

The Indian team is in Australia for a 14-day, 40-day season and all the players are training in anticipation of the Covid-19 (epidemic) epidemic all over the country (or epidemic) in anticipation of the protocol established in Sydney.

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