NEW DELHI: Sports Journalist Boria Majumdar allegedly found blameworthy in the Wriddhiman Saha text case and faces a two-year ban for the same.
BCCI interrupted in Wridhhiman Saha Text Case
The news comes after the Board of Control for Cricket in India set up a three-part panel in February. Involving VP Rajiv Shukla, financial officer Arun Singh Dhumal, and Apex Council part Prabhtej Singh Bhatia to investigate the matter. Where Saha took to Twitter to post a screen capture of compromising messages from Majumdar over a meeting demand.
“We will illuminate all state units of the Indian cricket board to not permit him inside arenas. He won’t be given media certification for home matches and likewise, be keeping in touch with ICC to boycott him. Players to ask not to draw in with him,” a top BCCI cited as saying in the report on the state of namelessness.
Sports Journalist Boria Majumdar banned after caught in the Case
On February 19, Wriddhiman Saha composed on Twitter while sharing the screen capture of the visit, “After each of my commitments to Indian cricket…this is what I face from an alleged “Regarded” columnist! This is where the reporting has gone.”
One of the messages in the talk read as, “You didn’t call. At absolutely no point in the future will I interview you. I don’t take affronts compassionate. Also, I will recollect this.”
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The report likewise said that Saha at last distinguished Majumdar. As the columnist being referred to when he came before the board.
Majumdar in the long run recognized himself through a video on Twitter and asserted that he would make a lawful move against Saha.
Saha’s tweet surprised the cricketing scene, with former India opener Virender Sehwag offering his help to Saha and encouraging him to name Majumdar, who distinguished till then.