ATK Mohun Bagan scripted a one-sided 5-0 win over Sri Lanka's Blue Star SC in their 2022 AFC Cup Preliminary round 1 match.
AIFF disciplinary committee found the automatic one-match ban on Das sufficient and decided not to impose any further suspension, the ISL said in a statement.
Given Jhingan's popularity, seniority and standing in the game, his remarks didn't go down well with fans and he tendered an apology on social media.
ATK Mohun Bagan moved to the top of the table and Kerala Blasters FC entered the top-four after the two sides played out an entertaining 2-2 draw on Saturday.
The draw in their game against Kerala Blasters on Feb 19 meant that Ferrando's men have gone a point above table leaders Hyderabad FC.
It looks like Blasters have built a squad that has the quality to fight for the top honours but Vukomanovic admitted that the focus was not just on getting into the top four this season.
With as many as nine teams still with a chance to qualify inside the top four, competition is fierce and we can expect a photo finish to the league stage.
ATKMB are on a nine-game unbeaten run, sitting fourth in the table with 23 points from 13 matches, two less than table-toppers Hyderabad FC who are on 26 points.
Hyderabad are on a three-match winning streak, sitting three points clear of second-placed Kerala Blasters FC on 26 points from 14 games.
Two right-footed goals, one each from Liston Colaco and Roy Krishna, were enough to secure three points for ATK Mohun Bagan as FC Goa, slumped to their first defeat in four games.
Two wins out of two, and Indian players like Anirudh Thapa and Lallianzuala Chhangte playing starring roles would delight head coach Bozidar Bandovic as they go up against East Bengal on Friday.
Not only the Islanders have beaten their Kolkata rivals in all three games last season, but they also have denied them the League Winner's Shield by finishing group toppers with a dominant 2-0 win.
Odisha FC will hope to continue their winning run while SC East Bengal and will focus on bouncing back after a defeat to arch-rivals ATK Mohun Bagan.
The man who dismantled Blasters was Hugo Boumous who had made the big-money move from Mumbai City FC at the end of last season.
The development comes days after Kolkata-based corporate giant RP Sanjiv Goenka Group won the bid for the Lucknow IPL franchise for a record sum of Rs 7,090 crore.