Pujara also had to face racism in Yorkshire

 New Delhi, Indian top-request batsman Cheteshwar Pujara likewise confronted bigotry at the English County Cricket Club Yorkshire. 


A few previous Yorkshire representatives have supported the cases of cricketer Azim Rafiq. Rafiq guaranteed that he endeavored self destruction because of bigotry at the club. 


Pujara is at present in Australia, where he will be important for the Indian group in the four-coordinate Test arrangement. Pujara has played for the Yorkshire club in 2015 and 2018. 


As indicated by a report by Cricinfo, previous Yorkshire representative Taj Butt stated, when alluding to the Asian people group, continuous cab drivers and café laborers were refered to. He used to call everybody of Asian drop as Steve. Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara was additionally called Steve on the grounds that he was unable to articulate his name. 


Butt has worked with the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation as a Community Development Officer. 


Notwithstanding Butt, Tony Bauer has functioned as a mentor with Yorkshire and was likewise the social variety official at the Yorkshire Cricket Board. 


He stated, numerous young people experienced issues acclimating to the environment of the changing area as bigoted remarks were made on them. This affected his presentation and he was blamed for raising a ruckus. This influenced execution. 


Among the unfamiliar players, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan of Pakistan and Tino Best of the West Indies upheld Rafiq's charges.

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