Updated: May 15, 2021 16:37 IST
New Delhi [India], May 15. (ANI): Former Australian station wagon Lisa Sthalkar it was claimed on Saturday that the Indian Cricket Control Council (BCCI) did not even check for Veda Krishnamurti even when she’s going through turbulent times.
Veda Krishnamurti recently lost her mother and sister to COVID-19 and there was no room for her in the women’s squad for the upcoming multi-format series against England.
Turning to Twitter, Sthalkar wrote: “While the rejection of Veda for the upcoming episode may be justified from their perspective, what pisses me off the most is that as a contract player, she hasn’t received any messages from BCCIjust to see how she’s doing. A true association should care deeply about the players who play the game, rather than focus solely on the game at all costs. So disappointed. “
“As in the past, ACA contacted us on a daily basis to find out how we live and provided all kinds of services. If there was a need for a Gamblers’ Association in (Indian flag), it certainly is now. The stress, anxiety, fear and grief that many players have experienced through this pandemic will affect them as individuals and inadvertently affect the game, ”she added.
On Monday, Veda said that her family did everything right, but still COVID-19 found my way. Last week she lost her sister Vatsala due to COVID-19… The cricketer’s mother passed away last month and the past few weeks have been tough for the cricketer.
“The last few days have been very emotional for all of us at home. Both of you were the foundation of our home, I never thought that I would see this day, knowing that both of you are not with me, it breaks my heart. Amma, You made a brave child, taught me to be as practical as I can in any situation. This trait is obviously passed on by you. You were the most beautiful, happiest, selfless person I have ever known. Akka, I know that I was your most beloved person. You are a fighter, inspired me to never let go until the last minute, ”Veda wrote on her twitter.
“You were the two people who found joy in everything I did, in everything I said. I have always had a very big ego that I have two mothers, but I think the ego is never too good for anyone. The last few days that I spent with both of you were so relaxing and we were all so happy, never thought it would be our last. My world just turned upside down after you both left me. I don’t know how we, as a family, are going to regroup. All I can say is that I love both of you very much and will miss both of you. Thank you for all the love I have received, ”she added.
India has recorded 326,098 new cases of COVID-19 and 353,299 recoveries in the past 24 hours, according to the Union’s Ministry of Health. The total number of cases was 2,43,72,907, including 36,73,802 active cases and 2,04,32,898 cases of collection. (ANI)
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