Ashok Dinda represented India in 13 ODIs and nine T20Is.

Ashok Dinda announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in a press conference.

Indian bowler Ashok Dinda announced his retirement from all formats of the game on Tuesday. The pacer represented India in 13 ODIs and nine T20Is, taking 12 and 17 wickets respectively. “Playing for India is everybody’s objective, I played for Bengal so I got a chance to represent India. I thank the BCCI for giving me a chance to play for India. Senior players like Deep Das Gupta, Rohan Gavaskar guided me. For Bengal. I got support every time I took a wicket, ”Dinda said at a press conference.

Dinda, who made his ODI debut in May 2010, thanked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chairman Sourav Ganguly, saying that the former India captain always supported him.

“I would like to say a special thank you to Sourav Ganguly. I remember Sourav Ganguly selected me in the 16-man squad in 2005-06. I made a debut against Maharashtra. I am always in debt to Dada. He always supported me. gave.” He has decided to give time for his career in Bengal.

Dinda said, “I started at the age of 21. I always thank the CAB for supporting me, the board has given me the freedom to express myself.”

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