Life was very hard: Tweet by former BCCI chief selectman Chetan Sharma months after his job ended in a special operation

It has become known that the Indian Cricket Board will tell Sharma that team management and players have lost faith in him after his remarks.

On Wednesday, Sharma wrote on Twitter: Life has been very hard so far. No hope for loved ones or relatives. I hope Mata Rani will bless me.

In the rush that ended his two-year stint in the BCCI office, Chetan Sharma also spoke about the alleged altercation between former BCCI president Surav Ganguly and former Indian national team captain Virat Kohli.

Kohli stepped down as Indian Test captain in January 2022 after the 2-1 loss to South Africa, two months after he was removed as ODI captain and resigned as T20 captain.

While Rohit Sharma became India’s captain in all formats, Chetan Sharma was one of those criticized after India were knocked out of the T20 World Cup in Australia last year, losing to England in the semifinals by 10 chips.

However, Sharma was appointed chief selector for a second term that lasted less than two months.

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