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Sachin Tendulkar to not be a part of Road Safety World Series, dues of a number of gamers allegedly pending

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Iconic former India captain Sachin Tendulkar is not going to be part of the Road Safety World Series match’s second version involving retired worldwide cricketers which has run into tough climate with a number of members complaining of unpaid dues from the primary season.

Tendulkar, who performed for the India Legends, which received the match within the first version, additionally hasn’t received his full cost for the season and has now determined to dissociate himself from the challenge altogether.It is being reported in Bangladesh media that a whole lot of prime former gamers from the nation, together with Khaled Mahmud ‘Sujon’, Khaled Mashud ‘Pilot’, Mehrab Hossain, Rajin Saleh, Hannan Sarkar, and Nafees Iqbal have not been paid any cash up to now.Tendulkar was additionally the ‘Brand Ambassador’ of the match’s first version. Sunil Gavaskar was the commissioner of the occasion.”Sachin will not be a part of RSWS this season. The tournament is marked from March 1-19 in the UAE but Sachin will not be a part of this tournament in any form,” a supply near developments advised PTI on situations of anonymity.Asked whether or not even Tendulkar has not been paid by the organisers, the supply confirmed the identical.”Yes, Sachin is among many cricketers who took part in the tournament, who haven’t been paid by the organisers. And one needs to get in touch with a Ravi Gaikwad, who was the premier organiser.”Most of the gamers had signed beneath the aegis of an organization referred to as Majestic Legends Pvt Ltd and PMG. The groups had been managed by an organization referred to as Second Innings Sports and Entertainment.The match, which was held in 2020, dedicated 10 per cent to each participant upon signing, one other 40 per cent was imagined to be paid by February 25, 2021, and remaining 50 per cent by March 31, 2021.Gaikwad was contacted repeatedly for his assertion on the alleged delay in funds however he didn’t reply to both calls or textual content messages.