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Wriddhiman threatened Saha through WhatsApp for interview; BCCI bans journalist Boria Majumdar for two years

New Delhi: The BCCI has banned journalist Boria Majumdar for 2 years for allegedly harassing Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha. Permitting media accreditation for competitions. The BCCI’s choice was based mostly on the suggestions of a 3 – member panel set as much as look into the ban on gamers’ interviews at numerous cricket stadiums throughout the nation.

Boria can be banned from all cricket stadiums in India. Gamers may even be instructed to not cooperate with Boria. The BCCI may even ask the ICC to incorporate the blacklist within the listing. The ICC may even be requested to not enable media accreditation for matches.

Wriddhiman Saha is a contract participant with the BCCI. Saha had alleged {that a} journalist had threatened him on February 23 final 12 months for refusing to present an interview. The actor additionally shared display screen photographs of the threatening message on social media. The BCCI had appointed a three-member committee comprising Vice President Rajeev Shukla, Treasurer Arunda Dhumal and high-ranking committee member Prabhtej Bhatia to look into Saha’s criticism. Saha and Majumdar appeared earlier than the committee final month. Majumdar alleged that Saha had fabricated proof in opposition to him.

After listening to the facet of Bori and Saha, the committee advisable that Boria be banned after he was discovered responsible.

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