Both Kulkarni and Mokashi have conveyed to the MCA of their decision, it was learnt here.
"I wish to resign from the cricket Improvement Committee with immediate effect.
"Since my appointment was made by Honourable judges as COA, I did not want to let them down and leave it in the middle of the season in spite of several disturbing issues in Mumbai cricket," Kulkarni, who played three Tests and 10 ODIs, wrote in an email addressed to MCA's ad-hoc committee.
"I thank Mumbai cricket association for giving a chance to serve my passion for the last 9 months and over 300 hours of discussions," further wrote Kulkarni in the e-mail accessed by PTI.
Mokashi said he was resigning as he was the lone member left in the CIC and he did not see any benefit in continuing.
"I have resigned (from the MCA CIC) as I was the lone member left (in the committee) and hence there was no benefit in staying back.
"Now, they (MCA) can form a new committee," said the 62-year-old Mokashi, who played 47 first-class matches.
Earlier, former India pacer Karsan Ghavri had quit the CIC in January.
Then former Mumbai skipper and domestic stalwart Amol Muzumdar and ex-opener Sahil Kukreja had resigned from the CIC showing solidarity with the then senior selection panel led by former India pacer Ajit Agarkar.
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