Wriddhiman Saha shared some Screenshots and situation has sprung up in an unbound manner. It’s deemed that issue will beat this up from the top brass to the lower circuits.
As the controversy came up in limelight the apex regulatory authority BCCI has said that it will probe into the matter with all its wear-abouts. Authorities said they will ask Wriddhiman Saha, about who has commited this.
Meanwhile Wriddhiman Saha, I haven’t received any communication from the BCCI yet. If they ask me to reveal the name (of the journalist), I would tell them it was never my intention to harm somebody’s career, to pull a person down. That’s why I didn’t reveal the name in my tweet. That’s not the teaching of my parents. The main purpose of my tweet was to expose the fact that there’s someone in the media who does such things, disrespecting a player’s wish,” Saha.
He added: “It wasn’t fair, which I wanted to tell through my tweets. He who has done it knows it very well. I posted those tweets because I didn’t want the players to face such things. I wanted to convey the message that what has been done was wrong and no one else should do it again.”
On Saturday, the 37-year-old was dropped from the Test team for the upcoming two-match series against Sri Lanka. The tweet was posted on the same day, capturing messages like: “After all of my contributions to Indian cricket..this is what I face from a so called “Respected” journalist! This is where the journalism has gone.” One of the messages from the unnamed journalist had said: “You did not call. Never again will I interview you. I don’t take insults kindly. And I will remember this.”
Still, official probe into the matter by BCCI is awaited.
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