However, despite the apology, 10 BCCI units have demanded a Special General Meeting (SGM) for the appointment of an ombudsman for carrying out an inquiry.
Sreesanth believes that both Pandya and Rahul will be back on the field and hopes that the ban on his first class cricket would be lifted soon in the upcoming months. They were suspended from playing in the ongoing ODI series between India and Australia as well as from the New Zealand tour. Not just him, his co-cricketer Rahul who too had accompanied him on the show has been facing severe repercussions.
"The three-year honorary membership was given to Hardik Pandya in October 2018".
Hotstar made a decision to pull down this controversial episode, and BCCI banned the accused from the ongoing India-Australia series.
As on Monday, they also issued full apologies to the board. While there are no names mentioned, it is clearly hinted at Hardik Pandya. Rahul chose his words wisely while replying to Karan Johar's questions throughout the show, but it was Hardik Pandya who got carried away and never really seemed like he quite understood what he was saying throughout the hour-long show. "I will work with them", he said. "When they see an opportunity they pounce on it like tigers", Sreesanth said.
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"It is our responsibility to reprimand them, take corrective action, sensitise them of their misdemeanour and then get them back on to the ground once they have suffered the consequences", he said. He narrated an incident where he had gone to a party with his parents and they asked him with whom he had a "scene". The cricketers received backlash from Twitterati, and BCCI was forced to take action against them.
The cricketer said he would walk out of cricket if his performance is not up to the mark.
BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary has warned Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul's infamous comments on TV show Koffee With Karan could leave them susceptible to approaches from bookies. According to a source, his comments were deemed "crass and cringeworthy" and might have a bearing on whether Indian cricketers appear on "such non-cricket shows" after this.
"We as the Indian cricket team and responsible cricketers don't align with those views, those were individual opinions".