BCCI appeals in Supreme Court, prolong the time period of Sourav Ganguly and Jai Shah

by Jeremy Spirogis
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In order to permit the BCCI Secretary to increase the tenure of BCCI Secretary Jay Shah and Sourav Ganguly, citing the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Supreme Court on behalf of the BCCI ( Supreme Court) has been filed. Actually, Sourav Ganguly's tenure as BCCI president final yr ends in June this yr whereas BCCI secretary Jai Shah's time period ends in June. In such a scenario, the BCCI has approached the Supreme Court and requested them to amend the structure of the BCCI. According to BCCI guidelines, each of them must go for a obligatory break ie cooling interval in June. <! –

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On behalf of the BCCI, the petition has been filed by the Board's treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal during which he has mentioned that the board had permitted the modification of those guidelines within the AGM held final yr and now it has been left to the Supreme Court, which guidelines Will approve In this petition Jai Shah has requested that his continuation within the BCCI will assist the Board of Control for Cricket in India at a time when the game is going through a disaster because of the coronovirus epidemic.

According to a report by the National Herald, Jai Shah stopped working as BCCI Secretary on 7 May, after which it’s now being signed by Treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal within the BCCI media launch. Let me let you know, Jai Shah and Sourav Ganguly got here to the BCCI once they each had lower than a yr to serve.

As per the suggestions of the RM Lodha Commission, one has to "cool off" for 3 years after finishing his six-year tenure within the BCCI or in a state cricket affiliation, if somebody from the state cricket affiliation is within the BCCI Comes to the post, this rule additionally applies to him and the time period of his state cricket affiliation can be added to it. Jai Shah has been the Joint Secretary of Gujarat Cricket Association since 2013 earlier than turning into the BCCI's officer, whereas Sourav Ganguly was the Joint Secretary after which President of Bengal Cricket Association.

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