Johannesburg: The Technical Committee of the Indian Premier League has suggested a two-week rehabilitation programme for Rajasthan's new pacer Kamran Khan who was reported for a suspect bowling.
The committee met on Sunday to discuss about Kamran's action decided to recommend a two-week rehabilitation for the young pacer.
"Based on an examination of the match footage obtained, the Technical Committee have recommended a two-week rehabilitation for Kamran Khan," the IPL authorities said in a statement.
The meeting which was attended by former Indian captains Sunil Gavaskar, Ravi Shastri and IPL commissioner Lalit Modi reviewed the bowling action of Kamran Khan.
Khan, the son of a woodcutter from Uttar Pradesh, was reported by umpires Rudi Koertzen and Graham Baxter after the Royals' Indian Premier League match against the Chennai Super Kings at Centurion. The matter was then referred by the Indian Premier League to the team management of the Rajasthan Royals and the IPL's Technical Committee.
Left-arm seamer Kamran Khan got instant fame and success after he guided his team to victory in an edge-of-the-seat thriller against Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.