In the recent development on Ravindra Jadeja and his father’s allegation saga, the star all-rounder himself has finally come to the forefront with a reply. The 35-year-old cricketer heatedly denied the allegations leveled by his father, Anirudhsinh Jadeja in a recent interview with a Gujarati daily. Jadeja called the entire interview "scripted" and "nonsense”. The star India batter also claimed that it was nothing but a publicity stunt in order to tarnish his wife, Rivaba’s image.
Earlier, Ravindra Jadeja’s father, Anirudhsinh Jadeja claimed a notable change in their family dynamics following the cricketer's marriage to Rivaba. He accused Rivaba of creating tension within the family and voiced his frustration over the limited communication with his son, despite residing in the same city. Anirudhsinh also expresses regret over his role in fostering Ravindra's cricketing career, suggesting that their family circumstances might have been different had he not arranged his son's marriage to Rivaba. Replying to these claims, India all-rounder took to Twitter and addressed the issue with a post;
"All the things said in the nonsense interview are meaningless and untrue. It is a one-sided story and I completely deny the allegations. The attempts made to tarnish the image of my wife are truly reprehensible and unbecoming. I, too, have a lot to say but won't do it publicly," star India all rounder said.
Let's ignore what's said in scripted interviews 🙏 pic.twitter.com/y3LtW7ZbiC— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) February 9, 2024
There's no relation with anyone in the family: Anirudhsinh Jadeja
The father of the renowned all-rounder further alleged that Rivaba has withheld Ravindra Jadeja's assets and possessions. He also suggested that the Chennai Super Kings' in-laws are primarily motivated by his financial resources. Additionally, he lamented not having seen his granddaughter for several years since her birth.
"Within three months of the marriage, she told me that everything should be transferred to her name. She created a rift in our family. She didn't want the family and desired an independent life. I could be wrong, and Naynaba (Ravindra's sister) could be wrong, but you tell me, how can all 50 members of our family be wrong? There's no relation with anyone in the family; there's just hate. I don't want to hide anything. We haven't even seen the face of our granddaughter in five years. Ravindra's in-laws manage everything. They interfere in everything. They are making merry now because they have got a bank," Anirudhsinh further said.