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A bad news has come to the fore amid India’s tour of the West Indies. Due to which the cricket world is shocked. Former cricketer and selector
A bad news has come to the fore amid India’s tour of the West Indies. Due to which the cricket world is shocked. Former cricketer and selector Karthik Jayaraman has passed away due to heart attack. Due to this, there is a wave of mourning in the Indian cricket team, BCCI and the entire cricket world. Karthik captained the Kerala team in the 80s. In which he played many big captaincy innings. 67-year-old Jayaraman did a lot of work for cricket in Kerala as well. He has been instrumental in extracting talent in the state of Kerala. Karthik Jayaraman has been the chief selector of the state of Kerala for a long time after his retirement from cricket. In this way, Kerala cricket has suffered the most due to his sudden demise.
BCCI President said Jayaraman was a better person
Board of Control for Cricket in India ie BCCI President Roger Binny has expressed condolences on the death of Karthik Jayaraman. He told the Times of India that “In those days there was not much cricket in states like Kerala, nor was there much talent. But Jayaraman was different. Apart from being a good cricketer, he was also a great personality. Suddenly came to know about his death. I express my condolences to the family.,
Former Kerala captain also played important roles in BCCI
Karthik Jayaraman, who hails from Ernakulam in Kerala, captained the Kerala state team from 1981 to 1983. He also played for South Zone in the Duleep Trophy. He scored 2358 runs in 46 Ranji matches and also scored centuries in five matches. Apart from this, he has also played his role in BCCI. Jayaraman has been the national selector for the Indian team at the junior level. Also has been the chief selector of Kerala.