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BCCI makes halal meat compulsory for players, reports court controversy

New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has landed in a soup just ahead of the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur, after media reports cropped up stating that the Indian cricket board has banned beef and pork in any form in Team India’s new diet regime.

It has also been learned that the players have been asked to consume meat in only halal form.

“According to the new dietary plan of the Indian cricket team, players aren’t allowed to eat pork and beef in any form and variety in order to keep themselves fit and health,” read Sports Tak report.

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The reports of BCCI’s new diet regime for the players, has left a section of the people fuming. A section of people has been irked by the BCCI’s decision to ban all forms of meat except halal as they claimed it to be hurting the sentiments of Hindu community. On the other hand, the Muslims prefer halal meat over any other form.

As per the report, the board has introduced the new diet plan in order to ensure players remain fit and health for the upcoming events.

The entire incident has been already scrutinized by Social media users, but the BCCI is yet to give any clarification on the issue.



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