Parvez Rasool is an off-break bowler and has played one ODI for India © Getty Images
Parvez Rasool is an off-break bowler and has played one ODI for India © Getty Images

Events related to Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) scam have taken a weird turn in the last few months. First, case was filed in the court against irregular allocation of funds and then the court directed Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to take up the case. This was on September 3, 2015. Around 13 days later CBI said that it was ready to register case against all those who have been involved in this case. Now, J&K’s senior-most cricketer Saimullah Beigh is asking the BCCI to show transparency, show the players the way forward and tell them what should be done. Parvez Rasool is worried about worst-case scenario of the scam. Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association scam: CBI set to register case

In a conversation with Times of India Beigh said, “Players are least bothered about which group is in power. We have been attending camp at the JKCA headquarters, which has been the routine from ages, without worrying about who is holding the office. It is high time for the BCCI to step in and clearly direct us what to do. How can a player decide about legality of any group?  And how is it possible to attend two camps for a player? So, if all of us decided to go to JKCA headquarters for the camp, how can the players be held guilty by any group. I request the BCCI to clearly direct us what to do. We really are confused and frustrated by the turn of events and it is definitely affecting our morale. We’ve been improving and have built a decent winning combination. We defeated Mumbai, Delhi, Haryana, and Services last year and if J&K cricket again goes down the barrel, the BCCI would be responsible for remaining silent at a vital stage.” Parvez Rasool: Adversities have taught us to be mentally strong