The father of fast bowler Mohammad Siraj, who joined the team for the tour of Australia for more than two months, died on Friday. Siraj’s father Mohammad Gaus was 53 years old and was suffering from lung disease. In order to make Siraj a cricketer, his father made many sacrifices in his life and hard work made Siraj reach this point. BCCI Secretary Jai Shah has told that Siraj was given the option of returning to India to be with the mourning family after the father’s death but decided to stay in Australia due to ‘national duty’. His decision has been highly praised by Sourav Ganguly.');
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly lauded the Hyderabad fast bowler for showing vitality and a strong mindset in this hour of tragedy. He said that this fast bowler has decided to stay with the Indian team and perform his national duties. The BCCI shares their grief and will support Siraj in this very challenging time. He tweeted that Mohammad Siraj should be strengthened to face this situation. I wish him all success on this tour. Tremendous liveliness.
Explain that his auto driver father played a key role in Siraj’s success as a cricketer, who supported his son’s ambitions despite limited resources. Siraj came into the limelight with 41 wickets for Hyderabad in the Ranji Trophy. After this, the Indian Premier League team Sunrisers Hyderabad included this uncapped player player in the team with a bid of 2.6 crores. He is currently a member of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team. Siraj is a member of the Test team in the Indian team that visited Australia. The Indian team is going through a 14-day quarantine period after reaching Australia on 13 November.