World Cup rejects Rishabh Pant and Ambati Rayadu given offer letters by TCS

15, Apr 2019 By Santosh Pradhan

Mumbai. India announced their 15-man squad for the ICC World Cup 2019, to be played in the UK from May 30, 2019. Virat Kohli will lead the squad, which was announced in Mumbai on Monday. While there were no major surprises in the 15, the inclusion of Dinesh Karthik was the notable factor and Rishabh Pant was the surprise exclusion.


Ambati Rayadu who was certain to retain his no 4 position also missed out and it seemed like a harsh decision. But their families need not worry. As the biggest recruiter of India, TCS, has already sent offer letters to their homes and their families are too happy.

Pant and Rayadu will be free during the world cup and the TCS offer will provide them with a fixed salary to live a comfortable life. TCS has been helping the youth who fail in their passion to lead a respectful life and their gesture is really appreciation worthy.

Khaleel Ahmed has been offered a job by Infosys and will soon join the Mysore campus. It is really good to see the Indian IT sector coming up and helping the cricketers in their need. The other companies also will follow soon and there are chances of someone also offering a job to Sanju Samson for the next world cup when he will be rejected to include Dhoni again in the world cup.