BCCI AGM: No Discussion On Sourav Ganguly's ‘conflict of interest’ issue

Published:29 December 2020

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As the BCCI affiliate units met on 24th Dec for the 89th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Ahmedabad, there were no questions on the alleged 'conflict of interest' issue of Sourav Ganguly.

Although some members who attended the meeting stated that they had "informal" discussions with the former captain of India, during the meeting no objections were raised.

Affiliates from most State units told the media that, under the leadership of Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah, the meeting went smoothly ahead. One of the State unit chiefs from the west zone disclosed that the meeting was very smooth, no problem at all.

The State unit chief added that as there is too much uncertainty, Sourav Ganguly and Jay bhai ensured that all the queries were addressed, and the conflict of interest issue was never on the agenda, and there were no words on the issue.

Another president of the State unit pointed out that there were questions on what would happen if there was no domestic cricket season? In case the season is curtailed, Jay bhai assured that the stakeholders will be compensated, which is a really great move.