BCCI AGM: Roger Binny will become the 36th President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Roger Binny will now take over this post in place of Sourav Ganguly. Roger Binny has been a part of the 1983 World Cup winning team. Let us tell you that there will be an uncontested election for the post of President. Roger Binny had single-handedly nominated for this position. In such a situation, he is sure to become the president. It is worth noting that Roger Binny is currently the President of Karnataka State Cricket Association.
Election will be just a formality
Whoever will be the next office-bearer for BCCI, their election will be just a formality as all will be elected unopposed. A formal announcement of this will be made at the 91st Annual General Meeting (AGM). At the same time, Sourav Ganguly is seen ready to return for the Cricket Association of Bengal.
Roger Binny has been in controversies
It is worth noting that Roger Binny has also been a part of the BCCI selection committee before this. Roger Binny’s son Stuart Binny has also played for Team India. During the selection of Stuart Binny, Roger Binny was accused of getting his son a place in the Indian team. On this, Roger Binny had clarified that when Stuart Binny’s name came up, he had left the meeting.
There will be a change in the post of IPL President
In the AGM meeting, not only the post of BCCI President, but also the post of IPL President will be announced. Arun Dhumal will become the new chairman of IPL. At the same time, Ashish Shelar is seen ready to take over the post of BCCI treasurer in his place. Ashish Shelar is the chief of Mumbai BJP.
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