Wriddhiman Saha warned the journalist, he said: if this happens again, I will…

Indian cricket team batsman Wriddhiman Saha said he was injured but did not reveal the name of the journalist who sent him threatening messages last week. The senior goalkeeper had shared a WhatsApp chat in which a journalist threatened Saha for not giving an interview.

Saha, who was dropped from the Indian Test team, said that as a human being, he will not reveal the journalist’s name for the time being. Saha wrote, “I’m hurt. I thought this kind of behavior shouldn’t be tolerated and I didn’t want anyone to go through this kind of harassment. I decided to go out and expose the chat in front of people. But I won’t.” announce the name of him.”

He further stated: “It is not in my nature that I should harm anyone to the point of ending one’s career. So, as a human being looking at his family, I am not disclosing the name at this time, but if such a recurrence happens .” I won’t back down.”

He added, “I appreciate all of those who have extended their support and willingness to help. I appreciate all of you.”

Significantly, after the incident, the cricket world including Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh supported Saha. Earlier in the day, the Indian Cricket Players Association issued a statement and the body condemned the threatening messages sent by the journalist to Saha.

Meanwhile, the India team has decided to groom a young goalkeeper batsman and that is why Saha was overlooked in the test squad against Sri Lanka. At present, KS India has been included in the test team as a backup for the Sri Lanka series.

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