This Former manager of Indian team alleges BCCI
News Track 30 September 2019 11:34
New Delhi: The Indian team's West Indies tour was very successful. Team India defeated the hosts in all three series. But the team also got caught in a controversy on this tour. A member of the team has been accused of misbehaviour with a housekeeping employee of a hotel in Antigua. However, the Board in its investigation has found such allegations to be false.
Now this case has taken a new turn. The former manager of the Indian cricket team, Sunil Subramaniam has now claimed that a support staff of Team India had misbehaved with the housekeeping staff of a hotel in Antigua on a tour of the West Indies. The incident took place during the Antigua Test match between India and the West Indies. The case was investigated by the police there. According to an English newspaper, they alleged that the BCCI suppressed the case and no action was taken against the accused staff.
The man is still part of Team India's support staff. Former Indian team manager Sunil Subramanian's tenure came to an end after the West Indies tour. During that tour, he was also accused of not following the instructions from the Indian Embassy. According to the newspaper, Sunil gave the information about the incident to the board of administrators of the board via email on 25 September. He had mentioned the incident in his mail with the housekeeping staff and had written that according to what was revealed in the investigation, the accused person was a support staff member of Team India. However, later he wrote another mail asking to ignore the former.