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Many people believe that sportspeople who break the rules should be forbidden to compete again. To what extend do you agree or disagree?

Punishment for bypassing the rules should be given judiciously, especially when it comes to prominent personalities. Therefore, most people believe that sportsmen should not be allowed to take part in the competitions if they found guilty of such instances. I completely agree with this notion because of their influence on society and to set examples for common-man.
Firstly, these sportspersons have enormous fan following. Youngsters imitate them as a role model, and follow their actions. If these well known persons break the protocol or norms, certainly youth will do the same, which results in numerous delinquent crimes and have adverse effect on community. To exemplify, we can refer to a controversial interview of famous Indian bowler Hardik Pandya telling about his affairs and after that the most of young boys stopped respecting females and frame negative mind set about them, which was not a positive approach.
Secondly, they should be punished harder just to set right examples to the public. Government should convey a clear message to everyone that each individual is an equivalent. If someone is guilty, they should be punished and privileged people are not an exception. This will work as a deterrent for various hate crimes, which leads to a better and crime free community. For example, as it was done in match fixing case of the Indian captain by putting a life time ban on his cricket participation.
To conclude, because every action of a sportsperson has huge impact on society and to show that the rules are same for everyone, they should not be allowed to play again on breaking a law. However, this judgement should be done wisely and must consider all the aspects before such a hard punishment.
Punishment for bypassing the
rules
should
be
given
judiciously
,
especially
when it
comes
to prominent personalities.
Therefore
, most
people
believe that sportsmen
should
not be
allowed
to
take part
in the competitions if they found guilty of such instances. I completely
agree
with this notion
because
of their influence on society and to set examples for common-
man
.

Firstly
, these
sportspersons
have enormous fan following. Youngsters imitate them as a role model, and follow their actions. If these well known persons break the protocol or norms,
certainly
youth will do the same, which results in numerous delinquent crimes and have adverse effect on community. To exemplify, we can refer to a controversial interview of
famous
Indian bowler
Hardik
Pandya
telling about his affairs and after that the most of young boys stopped respecting females and frame
negative
mind set about them, which was not a
positive
approach.

Secondly
, they
should
be punished
harder
just
to set right examples to the public.
Government
should
convey a
clear
message to everyone that each individual is an equivalent. If someone is guilty, they
should
be punished
and privileged
people
are not an exception. This will work as a deterrent for various hate crimes, which leads to a better and crime free community. For example, as it
was done
in match fixing case of the Indian captain by putting a
life time
ban on his cricket participation.

To conclude
,
because
every action of a sportsperson has huge impact on society and to
show
that the
rules
are same for everyone, they
should
not be
allowed
to play again on breaking a law.
However
, this judgement
should
be done
wisely
and
must
consider all the aspects
before
such a
hard
punishment.

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