The Board Of Set an eye on For Cricket In India (BCCI) has banned smartly-known sports actions journalist Boria Majumdar for a period of two years for sending “threatening and intimidating” messages to Indian wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha.
The resolution prevents Boria from getting press accreditation for any fits organised by the board, interviewing centrally-shrunk avid gamers, and an embargo on salvage admission to to products and providers of the BCCI and its articulate units.
Earlier this twelve months, Wridhhiman Saha posted a screenshot of a WhatsApp chat but maintained the anonymity of the journalist. The tone of the texts he acquired was as soon as indeed patronising, as the journalist was as soon as threatening him to invent an interview.
“In spite of all the things of my contributions to Indian cricket..this is what I face from a so known as “Respected” journalist! Right here is the build the journalism has long gone,” wrote Saha.
Many aged cricketers, including Ravi Shastri and Virender Sehwag, came in beef up of Saha, whereas followers vented out their frustration on Boria Mazumdar, who is rarely any stranger to controversy.
Existence came full circle for one Twitter client who was as soon as engrossing a pair of feud with Boria a pair of months in the past. Quoting Boria’s interview of Rohit, the patron wrote: “As if Sourav Ganguly wasn’t enough, he’s got huge family with Rohit too. Indian cricket is gonna be in shambles with the total leaks and conspiracies floating around.”
“Shall I send you a bucket to bid on?” replied Boria.
The shopper lastly had his revenge, as he requested the identical query to Boria after the most fresh trend.
Within the past, he was as soon as trolled heavily for mansplaining cricket to Alyssa Healy, arguably the absolute best cricketer of an technology.