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Cricket Has Taken Another Important Life

KOLKATA – The former Captain of the Bangladesh U-19 team, Ankit Keshari, has lost the battle of his life he played for 3 days in the Kolkata hospital and passed away on Monday.

The bright upcoming cricketer of India, Ankit Keshari, has died after three days when he was hospitalized. Ankit Keshari was not playing the match, but he was in field only as a substitute fielder.

He was collided with the fielder in the field during a Cricket Association of Bengal’s Senior one-day knock-out match on April 17.

The 20-year-old, a talented right-handed, had captained the Bengal U-19 team in Cooch Behar Trophy and was in the 30-member India U-19 probables list for the 2014 Colts World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. He was also playing for Bengal A (U-23 side) in CK Nayudu national Championship.

The news spread the sadness all around the cricket world, where all the renowned cricketers passed their heartily condolence for the departure of talented soul.

The little master, Sachin Tendulkar, said in his tweet that

Sachin Tendulkar on Twitter
The board and other officials of Indian Cricket Board are also sad on the news and passing condolence to the bereaved family who would have dream their young one earning good name to the entire family.
Shahrukh Khan also condoles with the aggrieved family and writes on one of his tweets that, ” “Too young to go…extremely unfortunate & sad. Condolences & prayers for Ankit Keshri & his family. May Allah bless his soul. R.I.P.”
On April 17, Ankit Keshari, after the collision came to his consciousness for a while and then fell infant. He was taken to hospital where his soul departed on April 20.

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