The Annual general meeting of BCCI, held in Goa on Monday decided to re-induct these two personalities into the IPL Governing Council:
- Avishek Dalmiya (Former CAB president)
- Arun Singh Dhumal (current IPL chairman)
The General Body at Goa commented on the following matters:
Arun and Avishek re-elected on expected lines
State unit representative told PTI that as per the consensus of the IPL Governing Council, IPL Chairman Arun Singh Dhumal, and Avishek will be reselected but on expected lines.
Ombudsman-Cum-Ethics Officer Will Expire In 2024
The Ombudsman-cum-Ethics officer will continue their work as they have assigned contracts. The contract will expire in 2024 next year.
According to a state united source the Ombudsman-cum-Ethics officer will serve his full contract till June, 2024.
BCCI Informed New Budget And Profit
At the annual general meeting, BCCI disclosed earnings, according to which its earnings were 38 percent higher than the annual revenue of the International Cricket Council.
The most important thing to note is that it earned around 67 crores from the media. However, The general body also highlighted the new budget and profit that the BCCI made last year.
Pragyan Ojha Will No Longer An Indian Cricketer
According to a source, it was also stated in the council that India’s left-arm spinner will no longer be a part of Indian Cricketers.
Important Pending Matters
Some matters that could have been discussed were not discussed in the Government General Meeting. The base convention of the BCCI is that five selectors will represent five zones.
The most important thing is that this time there are only two selectors from the West Zone which is completely contrary to BCCI’s convocation.
There was no discussion on this matter. However, the bottom line is that if such a case happens, it will be discussed only after the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.