In an emotional unforeseen development, former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly rose as an agreement contender to be BCCI’s new President after Brijesh Patel seemed to have snatched the pined for post. Association Home Minister Amit Shah’s son Jay Shah will be the new secretary while Arun Dhumal will be the new treasurer. Dhumal is more youthful sibling of MoS Finance and previous BCCI president Anurag Thakur.
Monday is the last day to document assignment yet no political decision will be held since all up-and-comers have risen unopposed following quite a while of campaigning and frenzied conferences.
The 47-year-old Ganguly, who is as of now the leader of Cricket Association of Bengal, (CAB) should demit his post in September, 2020 as he will go into necessary chilling period.
Ganguly, one of the best Indian commanders, will turn another leaf but for 10 months even as another part begins in Indian cricket.
Normally like his managerial master Jagmohan Dalmiya, Ganguly pulled a match that looked everything except lost till he pulled it off finally.
Brijesh, upheld by Tamil Nadu strongman N Srinivasan, rose Presidential competitor when Ganguly remained cautious on crusading for the BJP in the 2021 state gathering decisions. Be that as it may, when the vast majority of the state units contradicted the ‘understanding’, things changed drastically.
“Truly, Brijesh was running for the President’s post with N Srinivasan effectively campaigning for him. Be that as it may, there was firm opposition against him. We are glad Sourav is the new President,” a senior authority from North East associated unit, told PTI. The decision for President’s post was consistently among Ganguly and Patel and the previous was at last acknowledged as a consistent applicant.
At the point when the new office bearers expect office, it will end a 33-month term of the Committee of Administrators, which called shots in running the cricket issues in nation post Lodha Committee changes.
Previous India mentor Anhsuman Gaekwad beat Kirti Azad to be chosen as male ICA delegate on BCCI’s nine-part Apex Council. Shanta Rangaswamy was before chosen unopposed as female ICA agent.
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