Madanlal, a member of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has mentioned that two new selectors will likely be chosen by the tip of India's New Zealand tour early subsequent month.
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Former India quick bowler Rudra Pratap Singh and Sulakshana Naik are different members of the CAC. This committee has been entrusted with the duty of discovering alternate options to the senior choice committee chairman MSK Prasad and his fellow member Gagan Khoda. <! –
Prasad and Khoda's tenure is over.
"We have received a list of 44 applicants and two selectors should be appointed by the end of the New Zealand tour," Madanlal mentioned. The ultimate leg of India's tour of New Zealand will start on Friday with a two-Test sequence. The tour will finish on March 5.
The nationwide choice committee additionally contains Devang Gandhi, Jatin Paranjpe and Sarandeep Singh. They all have a tenure of 1 yr. Manalal mentioned, "How many of these applicants will be called for interview, it has not been decided yet."
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The candidates additionally embody former Indian quick bowler Ajit Agarkar and Venkatesh Prasad. Madanlal mentioned, 'This record contains massive names however that’s not all. We have to decide on one of the best individual for the job and that’s our focus. Also, no response has been acquired from the BCCI on whether or not to uphold the regional coverage or not.
Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, Amay Khursia and Nayan Mongia have additionally utilized for 2 posts within the committee.