MP cricketer’s father stranded in Iran
Written by Devendra Pandey
| Mumbai |

Updated: March 22, 2020 11:22:57 pm


Iran has confronted greater than 20000 constructive instances and 1556 have died as a consequence of Corona virus until Saturday. (Reuters Photo)

Anand Rajan, a Madhya Pradesh participant who performed for 2 Indian Premier League groups (Deccan Chargers and Sunrisers Hyderabad), has been anxious for some time as his father is stranded in Iran, a rustic struggling to deal with Corona virus.

“As Indian government has brought back many Indians from Iran, I am hoping father comes back too,” Rajan informed The Indian Express. Iran has confronted greater than 20000 constructive instances and 1556 have died as a consequence of Corona virus until Saturday.

With Iran almost entirely cut off from the world, he’s encountering numerous issues. “My father told me that the embassy will only clear travel of those people whose medical examination they conduct by themselves. I was told that embassy doesn’t have the necessary medical kit to deal with this, so time is running out. With no international flights allowed for next one week, we don’t know what will happen,” Rajan stated.

Rajan is a medium pacer who performed 40 first-class video games for MP and represented Deccan Chargers and Hyderabad Sunrisers in the IPL. He has tweeted the Indian embassy in Iran for assist and was promised that his father could be contacted however nothing has transpired until Saturday, he says.

He tweeted to the embassy in Iran, however is ready for a response. “I tweeted to Indian Embassy in Tehran, they said they will get in touch with my father but nobody got in touch till Saturday. At the moment he is fine and is staying inside his house in Qazvin which is some two hours’ drive from Tehran. Back at home here there is some fear in our family as you can understand,” Rajan stated.

The Indian authorities has evacuated Indians from Iran, Japan, Milan and different components of the world and saved them below isolation on return. Rajan, who performed for India under-19, says his father has been working in Tehran for the final eight years and that he’s high-quality now and has no signs of sickness.

“The sudden crisis has made us all worry. We want him back. At least he will be with us.”

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