The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) could seek information from wicketkeeper-batter Wriddhiman Saha about his recent clash with BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and head coach Rahul Dravid after he left the Indian team as he felt he violate regulations for Centrally-Agreed cricketers. We learned that Saha, who is a ‘B’ group of intermediate contracts with an annual turnover of Rs 3 crore, is contrary to clause 6.3.
“The player will not make any comments about the game, the staff, the events that took place in the game, the use of technology, selection issues or any other matter related to the game that BCCI is against and / or against. or not in the interest of the game, team or BCCI in any media…, ”the statement said.
Saha’s specific comments across the media are on his selection and his private conversations with Dravid, chairman of the Chetan Sharma and Ganguly selections. “Yes, it is possible that the BCCI could ask Wriddhiman how he commented on the selection of a contract cricketer in the middle,” BCCI spokesman Arun Dhumal told the PTI news agency on Thursday (February 24).
The 37-year-old, whose career has come to an end after being told by team management that the focus is now on catching a teenager, has also publicly stated that she is “threatening” WhatsApp messages from a reporter without receiving names.
1 / 3- I was injured and injured. I think I do not tolerate such behavior and do not want anyone to go through these kinds of terrorism. I decided I was going to go out and show the chat in public, but not his name
– Wriddhiman Saha (@Wriddhipops) March 22, 2022
While BCCI supported Saha on messages from an unnamed reporter, the parent body was not happy about having a private conversation with Dravid in public and also mentioned the BCCI Director in a special way. “Since he was tired, he has tried to seduce her. The committee may want to know what makes you go public with your dressing room conversations with coach Dravid, ”Dhumal said.
So will BCCI take notice of the normal disclosure or ask you orally about the matter? “It simply came to our notice then. We are all working but the call will be received in a few days, ”he said.
Many in the BCCI believe that Saha should have avoided making her conversations with Dravid in public because she has come up with her own picture. “Rahul Dravid says he is not hurt but he wants to talk to the player openly. It is a private conversation and even if he is injured, he should keep quiet. head coach in bad light, ”said a senior BCCI official.
(with PTI inputs)