The BCCI will question Wriddhiman Saha about his tweet and whether he felt “threatened”: Arun Dhumal. Wriddhiman Saha, 37, who was drop from the Indian team. Took to Twitter to claim that one “respected” journalist became aggressive after he refused to grant him an interview.
The BCCI will question out-of-favour senior keeper-batter Wriddhiman Saha about the context of his tweet. In which he claim a journalist had threaten him for refusing to give an interview. Saha, 37, who was drop from the Indian team. Took to Twitter to claim that one “respected” journalist became aggressive after he refused to grant him an interview. Following his tweet, former head coach Ravi Shastri, as well as former stars such as Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh, expressed their support and asked him to reveal the identity of the journalist.
“Yes, we will question Wriddhiman about his tweet and the actual incident that occurred. We need to know if he was threaten, as well as the context and history of his tweet. I’m at a loss for words. The secretary (Jay Shah) will undoubtedly speak with Wriddhiman “Arun Dhumal, Treasurer of the BCCI, told PTI on Monday.
Saha, who has play 40 Tests for India, was told by head coach Rahul Dravid after the South African tour that the team was moving on from him and that he could make a decision about his future.
Wriddhiman had revealed the dressing room conversations with Dravid. But the head coach stated that “he was not hurt” because he respects the cricketer. And simply wanted to give him an honest and clear picture of his position.
Saha also claimed that BCCI president Sourav Ganguly texted him to assure him that he would not be dropped from the team until he was in charge.