BCCI mum on player-photographer fracas at Nagpur

Updated: 29 October 2009 13:26 IST

The Cricket Board on Thursday keep mum on the fracas featuring a few junior India players and lensmen before the second day-night encounter.

BCCI mum on player-photographer fracas at Nagpur

Mumbai:

The Cricket Board on Thursday keep mum on the fracas featuring a few junior India players and lensmen before the second day-night encounter against Australia at Nagpur on Wednesday.

"We don't have any plans to talk to the team management. If there is any change in this status, we will let you know," said a spokesperson for the BCCI when contacted on the matter.

News photographers and young India players Virat Kohli, Amit Mishra and Praveen Kumar had an altercation near the boundary line following protests by the lensmen that the knocking about by the players near the rope was endangering their costly equipments.

The players did not heed to the photographers' request and continued to knock the ball around, much to the consternation of the shutterbugs who got into a verbal argument at the new VCA Stadium in Jamtha on the outskirts of the Orange City.



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