Roger Binny, the president of the BCCI, and VVS Laxman will speak with Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of the Indian women’s team, regarding her unwelcome aggressive actions during the most recent third ODI against Bangladesh.
BCCI president Roger Binny and National Cricket Academy head of cricket VVS Laxman will speak with Indian women’s team captain Harmanpreet Kaur about her inappropriate aggressive actions during the recent third ODI against Bangladesh, according to BCCI secretary Jay Shah on Thursday. Harmanpreet not only broke the stumps after being bowled out in a draw, but he also yelled at the umpires. The ICC has suspended him for two matches as a result of his actions.
“Roger Binny and Laxman will question Harmanpreet on her outbursts during the third ODI against Bangladesh,” Shah informed reporters in New Delhi, according to Indian Express.
The incidents occurred during Saturday’s third match of the ICC Women’s Championship series versus Bangladesh in Dhaka.
The first incident occurred after Kaur was dismissed for being caught at slip by spinner Nahida Akter in the 34th over of India’s batting.
According to the ICC, Kaur was fined 50% of her match fee and got three demerit points on her disciplinary record for the Level 2 infraction.
She was found guilty of violating item 2.8 of the International Cricket Council’s Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which prohibits “showing dissent at an umpire’s decision.”
Kaur was also penalised 25% of her match fee for a Level 1 offence of “public criticism in relation to an incident occurring in an international match” after she openly attacked the umpiring in the match during the presentation ceremony.
The Indian captain acknowledged to the breaches and agreed to the sanctions imposed by Akhtar Ahmed of the Emirates ICC International Panel of Match Referees. As a result, there was no need for a formal hearing, and the sanctions were applied swiftly.