It led to the conversation that die BCCI is not serious women’s cricket and their attention was paid on the IPL 2021 and menTour to England for WTC finals and a bilateral test series.
However, Veda tweeted on Tuesday (May 18) that die BCCI indeed have in touch with them through secretary Jay Shah and offered all support.
“Was tough last month for me and family and I would like to sincerely thank the @BCCI & Mr @jayshah Sir for call me a few days back and extend support in this unprecedented times. Thank you sir @BCCIWomen, “Veda tweeted.
Former Australian cricketer and now a commentator Lisa Sthalekar was die first Person to take a jibe at the BCCI for Do not contact Veda, who was stranded in Uproar after family Crisis.
“Without choosing Veda for the upcoming series perhaps justified from their point of view of What annoys me the most is that I am a contractor player She has not received any notification from the BCCI. just even check how she’s coping. A true Association must take care of its deeply players and not just focus on just the game with everyone cost. So disappointed.
“As a past player the ACA has achieved out seen daily how We are and have provided all types of Service. If there was one need for player Association in India is safe now. The stress, die Anxiety, die Fear and sorrow die many have players Experienced through this pandemic will take its toll on them as an individual and inadvertently affect them die game”Had written Sthalekar on Twitter.
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