King Khan to Face Lifetime Ban from Entering the Wankhede Stadium by MCA.

On Thursday, May 17th, 2012


King Khan banned from entering the Wakhede stadium by the MCA after yester night controversy.

KKR co-owner and Bollywood Badsah Saharukh Khan has to face a lifetime ban from entering the Wnkhede stadium by MCA (Mumbai Cricket Association) after his fracas with the security and officials of the association. The brawl took place yester night when Mr. Khan and his bodyguards were protested by the security from entering the stadium ground after the Mumbai Indians-KKR match was over.

As per the assertion of MCA, the well-liked by all actor used abusive terms and misbehaved the security having been bunged by them from entering the ground. Hence, the MCA have taken this stern decision.

Said the MCA treasurer Mr. Ravi Savant, “He (Mr Khan) misbehaved and abused the MCA security personnel as well as MCA officials, including our president Vilasrao Deshmukh, after the IPL match (between KKR and Mumbai Indians). We have decided to ban him for life from entering the stadium in future”.

Also Savant added, “SRK was dead drunk, our security tried to stop him but he pushed him and abused in such filthy language that I cannot use it here. Our officials tried to pacify him but he started abusing them, he abused MCA, BCCI and used the f word and said whatever you want to do you do it.”

The execution of this ban will effect in prohibiting Mr. Khan from entering the Wankhede ground for all the times to come in all matches, no matter Test, ODI or T20.

While this brawl was on force, IPL CEO Sunder Raman and media manager of BCCI Devendra Prabhudeai was present in the ground, said an official. This is the number two controversy that Saharukh is been coddled up in recent hands. He was reportedly been alleged to be in a scuffle with Shirish Kunder, husband of director Farah Khan a few months ago.

Also the Saharukh controversy has come into report, following the cash-rich T-20 tournament in which five players were caught getting indulged in spot-fixing and other corrupt practices via a sting operation accomplished by a private TV channel.

These five players have been temporarily suspended and can’t partake in any match till the matter meets an elucidation. Mr. Ravi Sawani, head of BCCI’s anti-corruption unit will conduct the inquiry against these five players that will start today only.

Only just to wait and watch if King Khan is really getting traced under this stubborn decision of MCA. We hope, he will certainly try to keep hold on his rage after this incident!

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