Hooda was initially appointed as Baroda’s vice-captain for Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy
The Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) has suspended senior participant Deepak Hooda, who had stormed out of the camp earlier than the beginning of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, for this domestic season for “indiscipline” and “bringing disrespect to the sport”. Hooda had walked out of the group on the eve of domestic T20 event after a spat with captain Krunal Pandya.
“He (Hooda) has been suspended for this season for indiscipline and bringing disrespect to the BCA and the sport. Without informing the group and the BCA, he left the group and the (bio) bubble,” BCA secretary Ajit Lele stated.
The determination to droop Hooda was taken in the course of the Apex Council assembly of the BCA which was held on Thursday night.
Hooda, who was initially appointed as Baroda’s vice-captain for Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, had stormed out of the bio-bubble on January 9. He had alleged “misbehaviour” on the a part of Pandya in an e-mail despatched to BCA.
“At this second, I’m demoralised, depressed and underneath strain,” Hooda, who has performed 46 first-class matches, wrote within the e-mail.
“As from final some days, my group captain Mr Krunal Pandya is utilizing abusing language to me in entrance of my teammates and likewise different state groups who’ve come for participation at Reliance Stadium Vadodara.” Following Hooda’s letter, the BCA had sought the supervisor’s report.