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Wriddhiman Saha had a dispute with the Cricket Association of Bengal some time back. Union secretary Devvrat Das had also raised questions on him, which was opposed by the Indian player.
Indian wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha can soon be seen playing for the new team. Talks are on for Saha’s role as a player-cum-mentor from Tripura. Some time ago, Saha had a dispute with the Cricket Association of Bengal, after which news is coming that he has made up the mood to leave the Bengal team. According to the PTI report, Saha wants to play the role of a player-cum-mentor for Tripura. In this regard, talks are going on with the members of the Apex Council of Tripura. However, nothing has been decided in this regard yet.
To join the new team, Saha will first have to get NOC from the Cricket Association of Bengal and then from the BCCI. This process can proceed only after getting the NOC. Saha refused to play Bengal’s Ranji Trophy after being ignored in the Indian Test team against Sri Lanka. The Secretary of the Cricket Association of Bengal, Devvrat Das had also raised questions on Saha’s commitment, which Saha did not like at all. He was selected in the Bengal squad for the quarter-final match of the Ranji Trophy against Jharkhand. He had given clarification on breaking ties with Bengal.