Wriddhiman Saha, one of India’s best wicketkeepers, had posted a series of tweets on 23 February in which he shared screenshots of WhatsApp chats of an anonymous journalist on Twitter, in which this anonymous journalist was threatening Wriddhiman Saha for not giving the interview. On Saturday, a committee of BCCI held a meeting with Wriddhiman Saha regarding this matter.
According to Press Trust of India (PTI), Wriddhiman Saha said after this meeting that, “he has given all the information related to this matter to the BCCI committee and has also given the name of that journalist and BCCI has forbidden me to make public anything related to this meeting, due to which I cannot tell you much more.” Saha told the reporters.
After this tweet on 23 February, many former players had also supported Wriddhiman Saha to help him and asked the BCCI to investigate the matter thoroughly, after which a committee was also formed by the BCCI.
This whole affair started after Wriddhiman Saha was dropped from Sri Lanka series. After being dropped from the two-Test series against Sri Lanka, Wriddhiman Saha made public statements on head coach Rahul Dravid, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, and selection committee chairman Chetan Sharma. After which he had to face a lot of condemnation. After all these statements this WhatsApp chat case also started, in which Wriddhiman Saha later posted 3 tweets and refused to make the name of that journalist public.