Indian Women Cricketer Veda Krishnamurthy on Tuesday thanked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and its Secretary Jai Shah for their support after the death of their mother and sister. A few days ago, former Australian captain Lisa Stalaker was bitterly critical of BCCI’s failure to contact Veda. That same month, the sister of a middle-order batsman died of Kovid-19 infection, but two weeks before she lost her mother to a life-threatening infection.
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Veda thanked the BCCI for its support during this difficult time. Veda tweeted, “It has been very difficult for me and my family for the past month. I would like to thank BCCI and Jai Shah for contacting me a few days ago. He supported me during this difficult time. Thank you very much. ‘
Last month has been tough for me and the family and I sincerely want to thank you @BCCI & Mr ay Jayasha Sir for calling me a few days ago and for his support during these unprecedented times. Many thanks sir @BCCI Women
– Veda Krishnamurthy (@VedakMurthy08) May 18, 2021
I will tell you that the board announced the Indian Test and One Day International for the UK tour next month and that Veda did not rank as expected. However, Lisa, the former Australian women’s cricket captain, did not inquire about the BCCI stage or tell this Indian cricketer not to consider her name on the upcoming England tour.
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Lisa said, “It may be okay to not choose Veda for the upcoming series, but I am more and more offended that the BCCI has not received any information from the contracted player. Cares so much about it. “At no cost, the game just doesn’t pay attention. So, I’m disappointed.”