, wicketkeeper-batter of India, on Saturday shared a screenshot of cryptic
messages from his official Twitter handle that he received from a journalist. He received the messages from the journalist, whose name Saha has not disclosed, on the very
day when he was dropped from the Indian team for the two-match Test series
against Sri Lanka.

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the screenshot on Twitter, he expressed his misery and questioned the state of
journalism in India. The journalist in question threatened Saha for not
receiving his calls.

all of my contributions to Indian cricket..this is what I face from a so called
“Respected” journalist! This is where the journalism has gone,” Saha wrote
on his Twitter account while sharing the screenshot of a series of messages of
the journalist.

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to Saha’s Twitter post, former India cricketer Virender Sehwag wrote:
“Extremely sad. Such sense of entitlement, neither is he respected nor a
journalist, just chamchagiri. With you Wriddhi.”

on Saturday was dropped from the India squad for the Sri Lanka series, starting
March 4. After being dropped from the Test team, Saha, in his interview with
SportStar, said that team management headed by head coach Rahul Dravid had told
him to think about “retirement” as he would not be considered for India
in future. The 37-year-old also said that the BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had
assured him that he shouldn’t worry about his place in the team following his
gritty knock against New Zealand in the Kanpur Test.

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team management had told me that I would not be considered henceforth. I could
not tell this so long as I was part of the India team setup,” an explosive
Wriddhiman told Sportstar on Saturday.

coach Rahul Dravid suggested that I think about taking retirement,” he told
the website.

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about Ganguly’s assurance to him, he said, ”When I hit an unbeaten 61 taking a
pain-killer in the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur last November, Dada
(as Sourav was referred to by Bengal players) congratulated me over Whatsapp.

even mentioned that I should not worry about anything so long as he is at the
helm of the BCCI. Such a message from the board president really boosted my
confidence. But I failed to understand why everything changed so fast,” he

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has been dropped from the Indian team along with Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya
Rahane and Ishant Sharma.