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Big Action by BCCI over Wriddhiman Saha issue

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Famous Cricket journalist , Boria Majumdar is nearly getting prohibited by BCCI for two or three years wherein he won’t be permitted inside any arena in the country. BCCI will likewise be proposing to the ICC that they ought to boycott Majumdar, as per a report in Indian Express.  The news comes after a three-part board set up by BCCI viewed Boria Majumdar to be very much-blameworthy of undermining the Indian wicket keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha.

The episode occurred on February 19 as Wriddhiman Saha had tweeted the screen capture of his discussion with the columnist which showed how Majumdar undermined the cricketer to show up in a meeting.

“We will be informing all state units of the Indian cricket board to not allow him inside stadiums. He won’t be given media accreditation for home matches and we will also be writing to ICC to blacklist him. Players will be asked not to engage with him.”stated by one of the BCCI Officials as said by Indian Express.

“After all of my contributions to Indian cricket… this is what I face from a so-called ‘Respected’ journalist! This is where journalism has gone.” Stated by Saha.

 “You did not call. Never again will I interview you. I don’t take insults kindly. And I will remember this.”

In the meantime, Boria Majumdar had reposted the allegations, saying that Saha is specifically unveiling a portion of the tweets in light of which the realities have been confounded. He additionally added that he will be making a legitimate move against the cricketer.

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Following the episode, a few Indian cricketers turned out openly and asked the BCCI to step in. BCCI then, at that point, framed a 3-man board involving VP Rajeev Shukla, financier Arun Dhumal, and apex council member Prabhtej Bhatia to test Saha’s charge.

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