Wriddhiman Saha Explains Why He Speak Out Against Journalist “Bullying” Him

Wriddhiman Saha Explains Why He Speak Out Against Journalist “Bullying” Him. Following Wriddhiman Saha’s explosive tweets. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) barred senior journalist Boria Majumdar for two years. Citing his actions as “in the nature of threat and intimidation.”

Following Wriddhiman Saha’s explosive tweets. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) barred senior journalist Boria Majumdar for two years citing his actions as. ” In the nature of threat and intimidation. ” The veteran wicketkeeper-batter claimed that a journalist intimidated him into not giving an interview and shared a screenshot of their conversation. He had not named the journalist at the time. But once the BCCI began its official investigation. Boria Majumdar identified himself as the one accused by Saha on his YouTube channel.

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Wriddhiman Saha has now revealed why he chose to speak out about the incident in the first place.

“My goal was to show the world that there are journalists who will do anything to get an interview. ” Saha explain to Sports Today.

“However, I later discover that he had done similar things in the past, which is why the BCCI step in and punish him,” he added.

Saha stated that he initially did not want to go public with the incident because “everyone has their own career,” but that a lack of regret from the other side forced him to do so.

“I didn’t want to talk about it at first because, at the end of the day, everyone has their own career. But how long can you remain silent if the other person has no regrets?” Saha stated.

NDTV obtain a copy of the BCCI order, which stated that Majumdar barred from attending any domestic or international cricket matches in India as a member of the press. It also stated that Majumdar has been bar from interviewing any registered players in India for the next two years. He also been bar from using any BCCI or member association-own cricket facilities for the next two years.

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