Rahul Mankad is the only surviving son of the legendary all-rounder Vinoo Mankad. He doesn’t want the Indian Cricket Control Board to use the term “Mankading” when analyzing the bowler’s movements, because the non-forwards have stepped back too far.
In it’s Twitter During the women’s U-19 semi-finals between Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh, BCCI referred to the elimination round as “Mankading”. It forced Mankad Jr., who won several Ranji trophies in Mumbai in the 1970s and 1980s, and wrote an email to Sourav Ganguly, president of BCCI.
Mancard wrote in an e-mail on October 18: “I am writing this e-mail to please resolve the unreasonable and disrespectful situation in a post on the BCCI website,” he also wrote to Secretary Jay Shah and CEO Hemang Amin.
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“This is an overly enthusiastic and insufficiently informative post. It may be a wrong attempt at humor, but in my opinion, the fact that it has not been deleted is worrying. I urge you to take immediate action and immediately remove the offensive Post.”
Mancard confirmed athletic star Said from Dubai on Monday that he has not received a response. And the post has not been deleted. “Vinoo Mankad is a great Indian cricket player. His status as a player and individual is unquestionable. You will agree. Mankad wrote in his email, I firmly believe that BCCI needs to stand up and recognize Mistakes related to the dismissal of the same name and correctly named “RUN OUT” according to cricket laws.
“As you know, the International Criminal Court has abandoned the unfortunate term referring to my father and started calling it escape. The BCCI of all peak agencies should take the lead and solve this problem once and for all, and that is correct.”
In 2017, the cricket rules were revised and Mankading-according to legend, including Sunil Gavaskar, should be called Browned-was changed to run out.
When India visited Australia in 1948, Mankad ran away from the term because he ran too far with the support of Bill Brown. He was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame in 2020.