Sri Lanka ban Chamika Karunaratne for one year, to miss BPL 2023

The SLC confirmed Chamika's ban in a statement on Wednesday. So, he will not play for Dhaka in BPL 2023. Because the SLC statement said, they imposed a one-year ban and a fine of USD5000 on 26-year-old Chamika as punishment.

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Sri Lankan all-rounder Chamika Karunaratne has been accused of violating the code of conduct during the recently concluded T20 World Cup in Australia. Following this, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) banned Chamika from all forms of cricket for one year. He was recruited by Dhaka Dominators for the upcoming Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) yesterday.
The SLC confirmed Chamika's ban in a statement on Wednesday. So, he will not play for Dhaka in BPL 2023. Because the SLC statement said, they imposed a one-year ban and a fine of USD5000 on 26-year-old Chamika as punishment. Chamika has accepted all the charges brought against him by the SLC executive committee.
"Considering the seriousness of the violations committed by Mr. Karunaratne, the Inquiry Panel by its report has recommended to the Executive Committee of the SLC to strongly warn the player to refrain from further violations and to impose a punishment that will not have an impact on his cricketing career," an SLC media statement said.
Considering the intensity of Karunaratne's offence, the inquiry panel in its report recommended to the SLC executive committee to strictly caution players to refrain from such violations of the code of conduct.
It should be noted that Karunaratne played an important role in Sri Lanka's Asia Cup victory this year. Karunaratne took five wickets in eight matches in the recently-concluded ICC T20 World Cup.