The legendary Indian cricket player and former captain of India, Sourav Ganguly, has lodged a complaint at the Thakurpukur police station in Kolkata following the alleged theft of his smartphone, which is valued at Rs 1.6 lakh. Ganguly is worried about the theft of his phone, as it has access to multiple accounts and is connected to his bank. Reports suggest that painting work was being done at his residence during the theft, and the workers will likely be questioned by the police soon.
According to HT Bangla, Ganguly stated “I think my phone was stolen from home. I last saw the phone around 11:30 am on January 19. I tried to find the phone but couldn’t find it. Deeply concerned about the loss of my phone. Because the phone has multiple contact numbers and access to personal information and accounts. “I request that you trace the phone or take appropriate action,” Ganguly stated in the police report.
According to India Today, the veteran cricket player Ganguly had mentioned that his phone held sensitive personal information and had access to numerous accounts. He had also voiced concerns about the security of the information on his phone.
According to Ganguly, the ongoing U-19 World Cup is a losing venture, as he stated in a recent interview with RevSportz, he said, “You can say it’s a loss-making tournament. Most World Cups not featuring the senior men’s teams are non-profit.