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Bring back Hardik Pandya and Kl Rahul is a petition started to get back the players in the ODI  series against Australia starting 12th January 2019, Saturday and the New Zealand series comprising 5 ODI's and 3 T20I's starting 23rd January 2019, Wednesday.

In view of the comments made by Hardik Pandya, there were no literal "sexist" or "misogynist* liners. People have no work these days but to criticise people and in this case a person who had a conversation at an entertainment show. He was as honest as anyone ever could be. It DOES NOT affect his game whatsoever. He has done India proud n number of times. Criticisers would never see that. Some comments made by him "hurt" people because the only work they have is to bring someone down. Also, did any woman ever come out with something against him? NO. Nothing if any girl is seeking attention of cricketers?They had a choice to be with him or stop him.  He achieved what you never even could imagine. Did he take a woman's name on the show? NO. It was an entertainment show. ENTERTAINMENT. samajh aata hai? Those comments were NOT to be taken seriously and negatively. We all know how much of an important part he is of the ODI side. Picking them out and not letting them play the series might be really hard on India. BCCI, a person should be judged by how they play and make the country proud not by their personal life. Also, if something of this sort would have happened with the World Cup coming up really soon, harsh truth BCCI but he would not have been dropped. We know India needs him. 

Also, India has a lot more things to talk about. Stop attacking him for something even BCCI didn't have a solution for. It wasn't a legal matter. Why didn't BCCI set guidelines and limits? Why were they even allowed to attend the show? 

I request you all to please sign the petition and help me bring them back. 

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