After cricketer Sreesanth, who had a controversial exit from his tumultuous career, Sanju V Samson, another Keralite who made it to the Indian Team, is headed for an uneasy rift with the Kerala Cricket Association (KCA). 

 

The KCA has constituted a committee to look into the alleged unruly behaviour of the young cricketer. The three-member disciplinary committee headed by TR Balakrishnan has served a notice to Sanju seeking an explanation for his conduct during this Renji Season. After being dismissed for nil in the match against Goa in the Renji tournament recently, the cricketer reportedly threw his bat in the dressing room in a fit of rage and behaved indecently with fellow players. 

 

The committee will also examine the allegation that the cricketer's father rang up BCCI vice president TC Mathew and abused him. 

 

Meanwhile, Samson, father of the cricketer, alleged that the KCA was targeting his son without any reason. "The KCA did not help Sanju when he suffered a knee injury," Samson told reporters.  "I don't understand what his crime was. He threw the bat in the disappointment of being ducked," he justified. "The KCA top honchos wouldn't have initiated the proceedings against him had the knew about his injury," he added.