After Sourav chapter, Roger Binny era begins in Indian cricket?
Sourav Ganguly won’t continue as the president of the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI). For several days, there were rumors about Sourav not continuing as the President. Now that rumor became true. At the end of the Sourav chapter, former World Cup-winning Indian cricketer Roger Binny will serve as the BCCI president. This was confirmed by the vice-president of the board, Rajeev Shukla.
This year’s BCCI election is going to be held on October 18. Nominations can be submitted till October 12. And till 11, only Roger Binney has submitted nominations for the post of president. Rajiv has submitted nominations for the post of Vice President.
Rajeev Shukla, vice-president of the board, said on Tuesday, “I have submitted nominations for the post of vice-president. Bini has submitted nominations for the post of president, Jai Shah secretary and Ashish Shelar for the post of treasurer. As per the news so far, all will win unopposed.”
Moreover, the information provided by Times of India also says the same thing. The BCCI has also finalized their five posts, The Times of India reported, “Binny to become BCCI’s new president. Rajeev Shukla retains vice-president post.”
Rumors are also going on about Sourav contesting for the post of ICC chairman.
According to the information provided by Rajeev, who will be the representative from BCCI to ICC will also be known in the October 18 election. So, will Maharaj be seen as the chairman of the ICC? Just wait a few moments. After that, it will be known whether he will be seen in this post of ICC or not. Cricket Scores: here.