“Gehri Saans Le Aur…”: Virender Sehwag’s Opinion On Journalist Texts To Wriddhiman Saha. Virender Sehwag took to Twitter to express his support for Wriddhiman Saha, who recently revealed a series of texts from an unnamed journalist.
Former cricketer Virender Sehwag also took to social media to express his support for Wriddhiman Saha, who recently revealed a series of texts from a journalist, including a couple of threats. The wicketkeeper-batter posted a screenshot of his conversation with the unnamed journalist on social media and explained why he is not revealing the person’s name.
The news shook the cricket world, and Sehwag backed Wriddhiman while also asking him to reveal the name. “Dear Wriddhi, it is not in your nature to cause harm to others, and you are a wonderful person. However, in order to prevent such harm from happening to anyone else in the future, you must identify him. Gehri saans le, aur naam bol daal (breathe deeply and say the name) “, Sehwag also tweeted.
“Gehri Saans Le Aur…”
According to Sehwag, it is critical for Wriddhiman to identify the journalist in order to “prevent such harm from happening to anyone else in the future.”
Wriddhiman, a veteran wicketkeeper-batter, took to Twitter to explain why he wouldn’t reveal the person’s identity.
Moreover, “I was offended and hurt. I decided not to tolerate such behavior and did not want anyone to be subjected to such bullying. I’ve decided to go out and expose the chat in public, but not his or her name “Saha elaborated.
In addition, “I was offended and hurt.” Decided not to tolerate such behavior and did not want anyone to be subjected to such bullying. “I decide to go out and expose the chat in public, but not his/her name,” he went on.
“thank you everyone who has shown their support and offered to help. Thank you very much “He came to a conclusion.
Extremely sad. Such sense of entitlement, neither is he respected nor a journalist, just chamchagiri.
With you Wriddhi. https://t.co/A4z47oFtlD
Virender Sehwag’s Opinion On Journalist Texts To Wriddhiman Saha
Wriddhiman has received support from other cricketers and former players in addition to Sehwag. The Indian Cricketers’ Association also backed him up, issuing a statement condemning the unnamed journalist.
“We acknowledge the fact that the media plays a very important role both in the growth of our game and the players but there’s always a line that must never be crossed. What has also happened in Saha’s case is totally unacceptable and we call for the respective press organisations too to take up the matter and ensure such things are not repeated,” ICA President Ashok Malhotra said in a statement.