Didn't think attendance issue would become so big: Unmukt
Under-19 World Cup winning captain Unmukt Chand is hopeful that his attendance problem in St Stephen's College will be sorted out amicably within the next few days.
Noida: Under-19 World Cup winning captain Unmukt Chand is hopeful that his attendance problem in St Stephen's College will be sorted out amicably within the next few days.
"I'm hopeful that the issue will be sorted out," said Unmukt.
"I did not know that it will become such a big issue before I reached Delhi but definitely things are expected to be sorted out," he added.
Unmukt's father Bharat Chand Thakur said that his son's relationship with the college authority has been very cordial and principal, Valson Thampu has always wished him good luck in his endeavours.
"Unmukt has always sought blessing from his school and college principals and they have always wished him good luck. Whatever the issues are will be solved," said Unmukt's father.
Asked whether they are contemplating a change in college for the cricketer, his father said, "It was always been Unmukt's dream and our dream that he does his graduation from St Stephen's college and he is a proud Stephanian."
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