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CA chief executive has asked the Indian board to take action against Harbhajan after he called Hayden a liar and said Gilchrist was ‘no saint’.
"Enough is enough," Sutherland wrote in a letter to the board, published in Sydney's Sun Herald newspaper.
"Despite assurances that you have instructed him not to fuel this issue any more, Harbhajan continues to say whatever he wants.
"When will it ever end? Could you please deal with your player in regard to these comments."
Harbhajan was involved in several disputes with the Australian players during their recent tour.
Relations between the teams deteriorated to such a point that the Indians briefly suspended the tour and the International Cricket Council appointed a mediator to broker a peace deal.
Harbhajan was originally banned for three matches for making racist comments about Andrew Symonds during the second test but the suspension was overturned on appeal when the charge was downgraded to a lesser offence.
Both teams were warned about their behaviour but the tension remained. CA reprimanded Hayden after he called Harbhajan an ‘obnoxious weed’ during the one-day series.