BCCI to ask Wriddhiman Saha whether he was bullied

The BCCI will ask out Wriddhiman Saha, whether he was bullied as well as about his tweet context.

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Wriddhiman Saha, the 37 years Cricketer tweeted a context, putting allegation. That he was threatened by a Journalist for not agreeing to give an Interview. The BCCI will ask Saha out of favor about the context he tweeted. Saha, the senior keeper-batter has been dropped from the Indian squad.

Saha to allege had taken to Twitter that after he refused to grant an interview of him, one respected Journalist, took an aggressive tone. After Wriddhiman,s Tweet, Ravi Shastri the former head coach. Including the former cricket stars such as Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag came out in his support. And asked Saha to reveal the name of that Journalist.

On Monday, the BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal stated to PTI that, they will ask Wriddhiman about his tweet. As well as what is the actual incident that has happened. He further continued that, they need to know if he was actually threatened. Including the behind story and the context of Shah’s tweet. He can’t say anything more. Jay Shah the Secretary of BCCI will Certainly speak to Wriddhiman Saha.

Wriddhiman Saha had also claimed that Sourav Ganguly the president of BCCI had texted him. Ganguly texted Saha to assure that till  Saha was at the helm of affairs, he would never be dropped from the squad.