Wriddhiman Saha: BCCI considering recruitment agency to investigate player complaints | Cricket News
TOI has learned that senior BCCI officials have discussed the matter and believe that the grievances of every player, selector, coach, support staff and official must be heard. According to sources, BCCI executives have learned a few issues that players are hesitant to share.
“It’s not just about Saha. Every player needs to be heard. For that, you need a neutral party to carry out such a process. But for that, you will need the consent of every player first. stakeholder,” a BCCI source said.
Setting up a grievance panel for players is a good decision. But such a panel should be independent and outside the powers and jurisdiction of BCCI. Players will only speak freely when they feel transparent, fair and truly empowered by a body that controls their careers.
“There have been players who have come to certain officials with their grievances about their perceptions in the media. Each of them needs to be sounded out. Even former coaches and support staff will need to be spoken to. If everyone is at board, then an agency could be hired to talk to everyone and get a clear idea.” Sources say there have been privacy and transparency issues.
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If these allegations are to be resolved and the sanctity of the dressing room is to be maintained, it is believed that an expert agency may be the best option.