Former chairman of selectors of Indian cricket Sandeep Patil has refuted reports that said he was unhappy after not being able to withdraw 2.5 lakh from his bank for his son’s marriage.”The reports are baseless. My son Chirag is having a court marriage. And the bank wanted me to get an original copy of the application made for the marriage while I had a photocopy. Rules are rules and I will soon submit the required documents. I have no problems with my SBI Bank branch at Shivaji Park,” he clarified to India Today. (Also read: Exclusive: Virender Sehwag lauds Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation move)Patil went on to say that he was fully supportive of the government’s demonetisation move. “If you ask me it’s a masterstroke. Forget me, there many others who are maybe facing some problems currently but I am fully supportive of the what the government’s move intends to achieve,” he added. (Also read: Demonetisation is the greatest move in Indian political history: Virat Kohli)Patil is not the first from the cricket community who has given a thumbs-up to the demonetisation exercise. Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli also hailed the government measure calling it ‘the greatest move in India’s political history’. Former captain Virender Sehwag also spoke out in support of demonetisation.