MCA curator Naik withdraws complaint against Ravi Shastri

  • PTI, Mumbai
  • Updated: Nov 08, 2015 21:27 IST
India team director Ravi Shastri and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni inspect the pitch during a practice session on the eve of the fourth ODI against South Africa in Chennai, on October 21, 2015. (AP)

Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) curator Sudhir Naik today withdrew his complaint against Indian Team Director Ravi Shastri as a truce was brokered by MCA Vice President Dilip Vengsarkar, here.

Naik had filed a complaint against Shastri that he abused him after South Africa piled up 438 runs in the fifth and final ODI at Wankhede Stadium on October 25.

Vengsarkar today heard the two former India players during a meeting and advised both Naik and Shastri to bury the matter which he said “was a result of misunderstanding between the two former Mumbai players”.

“Both shook hands and Mr. Naik decided to withdraw the letter written to Mumbai Cricket Association,” Vengsarkar said in a statement.

Read: Ravi Shastri abuses Wankhede pitch curator Sudhir Naik

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