The BCCI has ended IPL contract of Harsha Bhogle meaning the 54-year-old won’t be heard commentating amid the continuous season of the exceptionally prominent Indian residential T20 competition. Bhogle has been a general in the editorial box subsequent to the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League in 2008 yet in an astounding move, the cricket board has chosen to get rid of his administrations for the ebb and flow version.
The Indian Express reported,refering to a senior BCCI official, that the board may have made the choice subsequent to taking input including that from the players. “At the point when choosing the commentators, we take input from everybody. We screen online networking responses on commentators, furthermore take inputs from players,” the authority was cited on condition of anonimity
Harsha’s heated argument with Vidharbha Cricket Association official during India’s World T20 game against New Zealand at Nagpur last month is seen as reason for Harsha’s exit from the IPL.