Suresh Raina reveals her caste during the comment; Controversy during the Tamil Nadu Premier League!

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  • Suresh Raina reveals that he is also a Brahmin
  • CSK fans against the breed called Raina
  • CSK may lose Raina in the new season

Chennai: As a CSK player, Suresh Raina is a popular player among Tamil Nadu fans. After MS Dhoni, Raina is the fan’s favorite player. Now the player who revealed his caste during the Tamil Nadu Premier League is in controversy. A large number of fans took the stage against the star.

Raina was contacted by the Breed itself when a co-commentator asked her about her relationship with Chennai. I am also a Brahmin. He has been playing for Chennai since 2004 and loves its culture. He has performed with Anirudh Srikanth, S Badrinath and Balaji from Tamil Nadu. Raina said she has received high praise at CSK and is lucky to be a part of it.

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Following Raina’s comment, fans criticized on social media. A fan said you were ashamed of yourself. With this, it became clear that you did not know anything about Chennai culture. Fans point out that some are spreading the misconception that Chennai culture belongs to the Brahmins.

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Raina’s retirement from the CSK squad for the 2020 IPL season was also controversial. Rumor had it that the player was retiring out of fear of Kovid 19. There are rumors that CSK may not retain Raina as the mega-auction takes place next season. If so, Raina will leave CSKA this season.

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