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CAB grants NOC to Wriddhiman Saha | Cricket News – Times of India

KOLKATA: Veteran India discard Wriddhiman Saha on Saturday was granted the NOC (No Objection Certificate) by Cricket Association of Bengal, ending his 15-year affiliation, which ended underneath acrimonious circumstances.
Saha, a veteran of 40 Tests, who will flip 38 in October, was categorically informed by Indian workforce administration that they do not need an aged second wicketkeeper. Since then Saha had been vital of BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and likewise at first did not have charitable issues to say about head coach Dravid.
“Mr Wriddhiman Saha came to CAB and in an application to President Avishek Dalmiya sought the NOC from the association,” the CAB said.
“CAB gave concurrence to the request of Mr Saha and provided the NOC to him for playing for another state. CAB also wished him the very best for his future endeavours,” it added.
He took a call to go away Bengal after CAB joint secretary Debabrata ‘Debu’ Das alleged that the veteran keeper makes excuses to skip home matches for the state.
An irate Saha wished an unconditional apology from Das, which he did not get and when the official was despatched as Indian workforce’s administrative supervisor to England, it broke the proverbial camel’s again.
Saha was final in dialogue for a player-cum-mentor function with Tripura however a prime official claimed that he demanded an “exorbitant fee” for the contract.
“There has been no development so far after he asked for an exorbitant fee apart from the regular match fees (Rs 2.4 lakh per match),” the official informed PTI.
“Tripura is currently mired in problems between two faction groups and there is an ongoing case in the High Court against the current establishment. Elections are due in September.”
But the veteran keeper’s claims that Ganguly had assured him of being retained within the Indian workforce until he remained president, had raised eyebrows and Saha on his half may by no means produce conclusive proof that what was former India captain’s verbatim assertion.
“After scoring 61 against New Zealand at Kanpur, Dadi (Sourav Ganguly) congratulated me over WhatsApp and mentioned, ‘As long as I’m here (helming the BCCI), you would be in the team’.
“Such a message from the BCCI president actually boosted my confidence. What I’m struggling to know is how issues have modified so quick,” the wicketkeeper-batsman had alleged in his outburst put up getting the boot from the nationwide workforce.
Having made his debut in opposition to Hyderabad in 2007, the Siliguri-born Saha has featured in 122 first-class and 102 List A video games. He additionally has performed 40 Tests and 9 ODIs for India.



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