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Top shuttlers Parupalli Kashyap, HS Prannoy and N Sikki Reddy are available their passports with a deadline for withdrawal for Canada and US discerning approaching. The shuttlers had faced problems before to Indonesia and Australia tournaments also before their amicable media cheer – including a summary to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj – sped things along. Last month they had asked for discerning focus estimate from a Canadian High Commission. The Badminton Association of India (BAI) afterwards stepped in and a players perceived their passports only a day before they were scheduled to leave for Jakarta.
Commonwealth Games bullion medallist Kashyap, Prannoy and doubles dilettante N Sikki Reddy, who played during a Australia Super Series final month, had practical for a New Zealand visa a week behind though they are nonetheless to accept their passports.
Kashyap took to Twitter to ask Swaraj and Sports Minister Vijay Goel’s involvement in a matter. He asked them to demeanour into a routine so as they don’t skip out on a competition. “Dear Madam, me, Prannoy and Sikki Reddy practical for New Zealand visa one week behind and requested for obligatory estimate of visa,” Kashyap wrote in a minute that he posted on Twitter handle. “As we have to leave for tournaments on 6th of Jul to Canada and US Opens, we need a passports urgently. Ma’am we ask we to assistance us in this matter so that we can transport on 6th Jul (Thursday),” he wrote.
The Canada Open Grand Prix is scheduled to be hold from Jul 11 to 16, while a US Open Grand Prix Gold will be hold from Jul 19-23.