ભારત વિ વેસ્ટ ઈન્ડિઝ: ટીમ ઈન્ડિયાના મેનેજરે રાજદ્વારીઓ સાથે ગેરવર્તણણ કરવા બદલ ઠપકો આપ્યો હતો – ટાઇમ્સ Indiaફ ઈન્ડિયા

ભારત વિ વેસ્ટ ઈન્ડિઝ: ટીમ ઈન્ડિયાના મેનેજરે રાજદ્વારીઓ સાથે ગેરવર્તણણ કરવા બદલ ઠપકો આપ્યો હતો – ટાઇમ્સ Indiaફ ઈન્ડિયા


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Team India’s administrative manager Sunil Subramaniam has been let off with a warning by the BCCI over misconduct with Indian diplomats in West Indies. TOI has learnt that Subramaniam has offered unconditional apology to the diplomats in the Indian High Commissions for his ‘rude’ behavior and for becoming an obstruction in carrying out a project directed by India.

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  • Team India’s administrative manager Sunil Subramaniam has been let off with a warning by the BCCI over misconduct with Indian diplomats in the West Indies
  • Subramaniam has offered unconditional apology to the diplomats in the Indian High Commissions for his ‘rude’ behavior

Team India's administrative manager Sunil SubramaniamTeam India’s administrative manager Sunil Subramaniam

NEW DELHI: Team India’s administrative manager

Sunil Subramaniam

has been let off with a warning by the Indian

cricket

board (BCCI) over misconduct with Indian diplomats in the West Indies.

The incident didn’t go down well with the Supreme Court-appointed committee of administrators (CoA), which contemplated strict action against Subramaniam, suggesting that he should be called back from the tour immediately to give his explanation for his behavior. However, late on Wednesday, it was decided Subramaniam will stay back till the end of the tour.

“Subramaniam tendered an unconditional apology to both the High Commissions and admitted to his poor behavior and claimed that it was inadvertent. He also mentioned that he had eventually got the shoot done by August 13. He wouldn’t have been called for an explanation immediately because the process to select the next head coach of Indian team will be underway. That’s why it was decided he may be allowed to continue,” a top BCCI official told TOI on Wednesday.

TOI also understands that Subramaniam got the backing of the coaching staff who pleaded that ‘it seemed to be an honest mistake’.

Subramaniam is on a 45-day extension after the World Cup. BCCI has already advertised for the post for the team’s administrative manager.

This is not the first case of misdemeanor against Subramaniam. During the Test match in Perth last December, the catering unit had complained to Cricket Australia operations about Subramaniam making some staff members uncomfortable with his behavior.

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