"The news of Ganguly being dropped is hitting the headlines too often. It does not do any good to his cricket as well to Indian cricket", Srinath said in the column which he writes for PTI.
"A senior player like him should meet the selectors and few senior cricketers to get a good picture on his utility to the side. He cannot be treated like Gautam Gambhir, who could be dropped disdainfully and picked at the same time."
"If Ganguly should be matured enough and meet the people concerned, the decision makers should also come out saying how much cricket is left in Ganguly. The whole thing is leaving a bad taste in the mouth."
Srinath suggested Indian selectors to look at Australia and England while handling situations like Sourav issue.
"We need to take a leaf out of Australian and English cricket to know how to handle such issues."