Indian medium-pace bowler Praveen Kumar, who was suspended by the BCCI over the complaint of misbehave during the Corporate Trophy, is set to return to the flexure. Praveen appealed blamable after the BCCI contented him a show cause notice in February and now the board's non-indulgent committee has decided to let him off giving a strict reproval not to indulge in such misdeed in the future.
"BCCI has raised the suspension and the president has determined to allow Praveen off with a warning this time. The members sensed that the month-long suspension was penalty sufficiency. He had missed domestic games," a top BCCI official was excerpted as saying by The Indian Express. "Praveen has been expressed in no unsure terms that any kind of misdeed henceforth will not be digested," the official added.
Praveen, who has played six Tests and 68 ODIs, had ceaselessly abused Ajitesh Argal and made discouraging advances during the match between ONGC and Income Tax disregard the repeated warnings by the on-field umpire. The match referee, Dhananjay Singh, charged him with a fine of 100 percent match fee and advance wrote a letter to the board wording him "mentally unfit". The BCCI responded by issuing a show cause notice and expulsion him to play in India's home one-day tournament Vijay Hazare Trophy.
The fickle pacer, who plays for Uttar Pradesh in domestic cricket, will characteristic in Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament which beginnings from March 17, 2013.