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Ajitesh Argal Lands Income Tax Officer Job

Ajitesh Argal Lands Income Tax Officer Job

Ajitesh Argal, a cricketer from Bhopal who grew up in Vadodara, was named player of the match in Malaysia’s historic 2008 U-19 Cricket World Cup final. Virat Kohli, as a teenage captain, guided India to their first of many victories. As India trounced South Africa, Argal stood out with a brilliant bowling effort. He conceded just 7 runs in 5 overs and taking 2 wickets. A few IPL stars and top all-rounder Ravinder Jadeja were also on the team. Amid all this, Ajitesh Argal has a landed Income Tax Officer Job. Scroll down to read more about Ajitesh Argal Lands Income Tax Officer Job.

Ajitesh Argal Lands Income Tax Officer Job

Argal, a medium pacer with a concentration on consistency who is right-handed, later played for the Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008. Argal works as an inspector for the Income Tax Department. He is now returning to cricket as an umpire with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

Argal had a relatively brief domestic career with Baroda as a bowler and lower-order batsman. He participated in 10 First Class matches, 6 T20 matches, and 3 List A matches while claiming a total of 29 wickets. He last appeared for Baroda in the Ranji Trophy match against Madhya Pradesh in 2015.

Through the sports quota, Argal was able to secure a position as an income tax officer. Together with Tanmay Srivastava, another player on Kohli’s U-19 WC team, the Madhya Pradesh cricketer has now completed the umpiring exam. According to Zed News, they will participate in the BCCI orientation program and seminar in August.

Arjit Argal Profile

Ajitesh Argal is a medium-pace bowler who prioritizes tight line and length over pure speed to trouble the batsman. He started playing cricket when he was ten years old and has represented Madhya Pradesh at the Under-14 level. Argal’s first trip with the India U-19 team was to Malaysia for the 2008 World Cup. Arjit handled the pressure admirably. He was recognized as the Man of the Final for his stint of 2 for 7 from five overs, which ended the South African run chase and propelled India to victory. He was one half of a potent new-ball attack.

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