It has been alleged that Sourav Ganguly, the former captain of Team India, had his phone taken from his home. Ganguly reported the incident to the Thakurpukur police station on Saturday, February 11. He encouraged the authorities to immediately take action to avoid any exploitation of the phone’s personal information.
When the theft happened, Ganguly was not at home. He said that his phone went stolen on Saturday after he left it in a certain location in his home. His house is currently being painted, and this has brought in a number of masons who may be objects of police interrogation.
Ganguly said that the cell phone had disappeared from his home. He informed about this in a letter he wrote on Saturday to the officer who was in charge at the Thakurpukur police station. He remembers last seeing it at approximately 11:30 am, after which, despite a thorough search, nobody was able to find it.
Ganguly finds the theft of the phone especially concerning since it offered ‘access’ to several accounts and held private information. He made it clear that his phone number is ‘connected’ with his bank account. Moreover, it contains saved contact information for a number of significant people.
Delhi Capitals hopeful about Rishabh Pant’s participation
Sourav Ganguly, is currently the Director of Cricket for the Delhi Capitals at the moment. Ganguly and the other team managers have been closely monitoring Rishabh Pant’s recovery. After his accident in December 2022, Pant was unable to play professional cricket. However, there is a slim chance that he may return to the Indian Premier League in 2024, if only in a very small capacity.
Ricky Ponting, who is part of the Delhi Capitals coaching staff, commented on Rishabh Pant’s involvement this season. He said, “Rishabh is very confident that he’s going to be right to play. In what capacity we’re not quite sure yet. You would have seen all the social-media stuff, he’s up and about and running well. But in saying that we’re only six weeks away from the first game as well. So we’re not sure if we’ll get wicketkeeping out of him this year.”