The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) today voiced startle during a remarkable passing of Under-19 team trainer Rajesh Sawant, who was found upheld in his hotel room here.
“It’s a really hapless development. We are still in shock. Today when a boys left for practice, after reaching the stadium, it was found that Rajesh was not with a team. It was detected that he had upheld divided in his hotel room,”BCCI CEO Rahul Johri told PTI.
The 40-year-old Sawant was progressing partial of the Afghanistan coaching staff and had also worked with a India A teams that played a England XI in dual matches progressing this month.
Sawant was found comatose in his hotel room and immediately shifted to Bombay Hospital where he was declared dead before admission.
It is suspected that he might have died due to a cardiac arrest.
The accurate reason of his genocide will be guarded only after post-mortem, Deputy Commissioner of Police Manojkumar Sharma said.
The India group is scheduled to play 5 50-over games and dual four-day games opposite England Under-19 from tomorrow during a Wankhede Stadium.