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Why did Indian analyst not come to Pakistan with South African crew?

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A day earlier, the Indian analyst took to his Twitter to substantiate the information of his departure from the Proteas crew. Photo Courtesy: Cric. in the present dayCricket South Africa says that   Prasanna Agoram’s contract with the Proteas has expired.The clarification comes amid circulating studies that Agoram was unable to hitch his crew on account of security protocols.The Indian analyst took to his Twitter a day earlier to substantiate the information of his departure.Indian analyst Prasanna Agoram’s contract with the Proteas has expired and that’s he’s not with the South African crew in Pakistan,  Cricket South Africa (CSA)  clarified on Monday.The clarification comes amid circulating studies that Agoram was unable to hitch his crew and regardless of efforts from the administration, he couldn’t travel to the nation on account of “security protocols”.In this regard, a spokesperson of the board mentioned that Prasanna Agoram’s time with Cricket South Africa and the Proteas crew has come to an finish. His contract has not been renewed, and he’s shifting on to new initiatives. “We, as the Proteas wish him the very best. This is all that the team is willing to say on the matter, we will not be engaging further on this topic,” the spokesperson added.Meanwhile, the Indian analyst took to his Twitter a day earlier to substantiate the information of his departure.”Thank you @OfficialCSA for 11 wonderful years. Worked with some great administrators, captains, players. coaches and support staff. Will miss you all,” Agoram wrote on Twitter.

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