New Delhi: Indian cricketers Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul have been suspended pending an investigation into their shock inspiring remarks on ladies amid a TV show.
The cricketers, who have been in the eye of a tempest following their chauvinist comments on 'Koffee with Karan', will come back from Australia where they were to contend in an ODI arrangement beginning 12 January.
The two had been precluded from the line-up for the opening match in Sydney.
The choice comes after Rai's CoA associate Diana Edulji suggested suspension till further activity against the two after the BCCI lawful group declined to pronounce their remarks an infringement of the set of principles.
Edulji had at first proposed a two-coordinate suspension for the team yet alluded the issue to the legitimate cell after Vinod Rai concurred with her and suggested the equivalent.
Their comments on the show were likewise denounced by India chief Virat Kohli, who called them unseemly.
Pandya had bragged about attaching with numerous ladies and being open about it with his folks amid the meeting.
Rahul was, in any case, a shade progressively controlled in his reactions on connections.