BCCI moves to SC for full 3-year term for president Ganguly, secretary Shah

According to the current rules of BCCI constitution, approved by SC, a three-year cooling off period is compulsory for anyone who had served two terms in state cricket associations or at BCCI

BCCI's president Saurav Ganguly with Vice President Mahim Verma, Secretary Jai Shah, Treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal and Joint Secretary Jayesh George after a press conference. File photo: PTI
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BCCI's president Saurav Ganguly with Vice President Mahim Verma, Secretary Jai Shah, Treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal and Joint Secretary Jayesh George after a press conference. File photo: PTI

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has filed a case before the Supreme Court, seeking a change in the board’s constitution. The change in BCCI’s constitution would allow the president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah to complete their full three-year terms without serving the necessary cooling period as required by the Justice Lodha commitee.
 
According to a news report by the Times of India, the application was filed by BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal. In the application, Dhumal stated that these changes were approved at the AGM on December 1 and was seeking leave of the

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First Published: May 23 2020 | 1:53 PM IST

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