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Rasool, Nazir miss out, Kashmir hails Manzoor Dar entry in IPL

Rasool, Nazir miss out, Kashmir hails Manzoor Dar entry in IPL
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Jammu and Kashmir’s best and medium pacer went unsold but hard-hitting batsman also known as Pandav bagged his maiden deal of Rs 20 lakh from “Congratulations & all the best for the tournament. Look forward to watching you play,” former CM wrote on his page after the franchise from picked up hard-hitting batsman from He became second from to be drafted into an franchise after Rasool, who failed to attract a single bid during the auction.The other from Kashmir, fast bowler Umar Nazir, was also not picked by any team.while congratulating the batsman hinted that had helped in getting Pandav picked up by the franchise owned by Bollywood star Priety Zinta.”I am personally thankful to Mr #who has been support for Kashmiri’s today once again showed his commitment to what he says he does. A Big thanks Sir.

God Bless you,” Ansari tweeted.”Congratulations (Pandav). Make JK Proud and thanks to friends who made this happen,” the added.Ansari comments generated mixed response from twitterati as some fans questioned the hinting at Pandav’s selection at a favour rather than being based on his performance.”Are you trying to show your influence over his own earned success…. I don’t get it,” a user wrote in his reply to the Pandav had several decent performances in the recent T20 trophy

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