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RSWS, yet to clear dues of Players and Support Staff: Sources

The second season of the Road Safety World Series hits a blocker because of the payment dues, as per reports in PTI on Thursday. India legends skipper Sachin Tendulkar has pulled out from Road Safety World Series because of payment dues.

The second season of the Road Safety World Series hits a blocker because of the payment dues, as per reports in PTI on Thursday. India legends skipper Sachin Tendulkar has pulled out from Road Safety World Series because of payment dues.

Road Safety World Series, a Cricket tournament involving retired cricket players with a motto to bring Road Safety awareness, began in March 2020, after had to be paused due to the pandemic outbreak. The Series was completed in 2021 where matches were hosted in Raipur which has seen India Legends led by Sachin victorious by beating Sri Lanka in the finals.

As per the news on the internet second edition of the tournament is due to commence in March 2022 and the RSWS posts of the next edition starting soon have given weightage of new doing rounds. However, as per news reports of Sachin Tendulkar pulling out of the series, Indian Sports Adda has learned that the league has defaulted payments to other eminent players of the India Legends league and also various International players. As per sources like the of Lara and various other players payments are due.

As per sources associated with the league, Indian Sports Adda realized that the league has defaulted payments to support staff and vendors who were associated with the tournament.

In fact, some players have taken it to the comments section of RSWS Social media posts about payment dues. Vendors have echoed with the players and fans showed their frustration for not receiving the Prizes fans have won during various online contests held by the league.

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