Arun Dhumal clarifies surrounding Sourav Ganguly, states ‘no one talked a word versus him’
Sourav Ganguly’s spiteful leave as BCCI president brought about a big furore with much conjecture relating to the ouster of the previous India captain, regardless of his dreams to proceed as the supremo of the peak cricket body.
Earlier, media records had actually asserted that Ganguly had actually been criticised for his period, nonetheless, outward bound BCCI treasurer and also following IPL chairman Arun Dhumal has actually suppressed all the conjecture surrounding Ganguly.
Dhumal took place to expose that “nobody spoke a word” versus Ganguly, regardless of the records asserting that N Srinivasan had actually criticised the previous.
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The following collection of BCCI workplace holders have actually submitted their election and also will certainly be chosen unopposed on October 18.
World Cup victor Roger Binny will certainly change Ganguly as the president, Jay Shah will certainly stay the assistant, Rajeev Shukla will certainly obtain one more term as vice president, Ashish Shelar will certainly be the brand-new treasurer and also Devaijit Saikia the brand-new joint assistant.
Speaking to PTI, Dhumal stated Ganguly was event to all the choices made prior to the elections were submitted.
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“There has been no BCCI president who has served for more than three years in independent India. All this media speculation about Dada being told or a few members were against him, they are all baseless,” Dhumal stated.
“Nobody spoke a word against him. All the Board members were extremely happy and satisfied with the entire team and how BCCI was run in the last three years despite the challenges posed by COVID-19,” he included.
Dhumal even more proceed, “Dada has had a very distinguished career as an India captain, one of the best ever leaders. As an administrator he took the entire team along and we worked as one team.”
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Dhumal additionally firmly insisted that there was no national politics behind Ganguly’s leave.
“There is no truth to that. People may have different ideologies as we live in a democracy. When it comes to BCCI everyone’s focus is on how to take Indian cricket forward,” he ended.
With inputs from PTI