BCCI did not ask Veda Krishnamurthy recently on the demise of mother and sister from Coronavirus, Lisa Sthalekar


New Delhi: The star of Indian women’s team, Veda Krishnamurthy, has broken a mountain of sorrows these days. Veda’s mother and sister were infected with the Corona virus, after which both of them died recently. After losing the mother and sister, the BCCI did not contact them.

Erupted lisa sthalekar

Meanwhile, former Australian women’s cricket team captain Lisa Sthalekar believes that the BCI has neither contacted Veda Krishnamurthy even after the death of two family members and it is not right to say that That the name of this miserable player is not being considered for the upcoming England tour.

Let us know that Veda Krishnamurthy has not been given a place in the Indian Test and ODI women’s team going on tour to England next month. Sthalekar, inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame, is not happy with the BCCI’s attitude on how to deal with the case.

Lisa Sthalekar wrote on Twitter, “ Not selecting Veda for the upcoming series might be appropriate from his point of view, what has disappointed me most is that as a contracted player he has been approached by the BCCI did not do. The BCCI also did not know how it is facing the current situation. He said, ‘A good association should take care of the players in a better way. He should not just concentrate on matching at any cost. It is very disappointing.

Corona became havoc

Please tell that earlier this month, the middle-order batsman’s sister Vatsala Shivkumar died due to Corona virus infection. Two weeks before this, his mother also died after being hit by this dangerous virus. The 28-year-old Veda Krishnamurthy from Bengaluru paid emotional tribute to her mother and sister after losing two weeks. Veda, who plays 48 ODIs and 76 T20 internationals for India, is helping those affected by the Corona virus through social media.

‘Women players make their own association’

The first woman player to take 1000 runs and 100 wickets in ODI cricket said that now the time has come that a players’ association (players association) should be formed for the Indian women’s team too. The 41-year-old veteran said, ‘As a former player, every day the ACA (Australian Cricket Association) asks us to contact us. If there is a need for a players’ union in India, then this is the right time.


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