The BCCI’s three-member committee will look into Wriddhiman Saha’s case.

The BCCI’s three-member committee will look into Wriddhiman Saha’s case. A journalist threatened Wriddhiman Saha via phone texts for refusing to give him an interview recently.

Wriddhiman Saha has been through a lot this week. He was already having a bad time after being drop from the Indian Test squad. For the upcoming home Test series against Sri Lanka, which begins on March four. Moreover, The most serious incident was the veteran wicketkeeper-refusal batter’s to be interview. By a renowned journalist, for which he was threatened.

Following the incident, Saha went on to share the screenshots via his official Twitter handle, which quickly went viral. Now, it appears that the situation has not only escalate but also gotten out of hand. And it has recently been report that the BCCI. Has form a committee to investigate the online threats to the India Test specialist.

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Wriddhiman Saha’s case will investigate by a BCCI committee, according to reports.

According to Cricbuzz, the national cricket board has formed a three-member committee. To investigate the Bengal stumper’s allegations that he was threaten by a journalist. According to the report, the committee will also be led by Vice-President Rajiv Shukla. Treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal, and Apex Council Member Prabhtej Singh Bhatia, as confirmed in a BCCI release on February 25. The investigation will begin as soon as next week.

Meanwhile, Wriddhiman Saha has not yet revealed the name of the journalist. But has stated that the person’s actions have ‘hurt’ and ‘offended’ him. In the screenshot shared by Saha on the microblogging site. A journalist was pressuring him to be interview, and when the gloveman show no interest, the latter’s patience was test, and the person replied, “You did not call.” I will never interview you again. Insults do not sit well with me. And I’ll keep this in mind.

After all of his contributions to Indian cricket. An enraged Saha made the conversation public, saying, “After all of my contributions to Indian cricket. This is what I get from a “Respected” journalist! This is where journalism has devolved.”

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