BCCI loses ‘Golden’ tick on X. Here’s the reason! | Off the field News

NEW DELHI: In a stunning growth, the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday misplaced its golden tick verification on social media platform account ‘X’, earlier generally known as Twitter, after the Indian cricket board modified its profile image to the Indian tricolour in assist of the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ marketing campaign.

Earlier within the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a marketing campaign forward of India’s 77th Independence Day, inviting residents to show the Indian flag on their social media profiles.
“Within the spirit of the #HarGharTiranga motion, allow us to change the DP of our social media accounts and lengthen assist to this distinctive effort which can deepen the bond between our beloved nation and us.”

The BCCI graciously acceded to the request by altering its profile picture to the tricolour.
Unexpectedly, this choice led to the lack of the coveted golden verification tick. The removing of the verification tick is a consequence of clicking the ‘X’ button when accounts modify their profile photos.


The golden verification tick serves as an important mark of authenticity, signifying that an account genuinely represents the claimed organisation.

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