COA strikes down SGM decisions, Ajit Singh stays Anti corruption head

first_imgThe BCCI Committee of Administrators (CoA) has struck down decisions taken during an SGM held on June 22nd.A communication sent to BCCI office bearers as well as management team reads, “The Committee of Administrators has received a document from the Acting Secretary setting out the various resolutions that were purportedly passed during a meeting held at the Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi on 22nd June 2018.The said meeting was convened and held in violation of the directions dated 15th March 2018 issued by the Committee of Administrators.Accordingly, it is directed that no office bearer / committee member / employee / consultant/ retainer / service provider shall in any way implement, act further to or in aid of any resolutions that may have been passed during the aforesaid meeting.”State units unhappy with CoA, demand BCCI SGM on June 22In a COA meeting held in Mumbai on Wednesday, a lot of these decisions were struck down one after another.The SGM had resolved that former Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar be given an extension as BCCI’s anti corruption head as the new appointment of Ajit Singh was non transparent.Ajit Singh, a former Rajasthan DGP went on to attend the COA meeting on Wednesday and made a presentation too, to strengthen the anti corruption unit.The SGM had resolved for Ranji trophy to revert back to Elite and Plate format. In the COA meeting, a new formula involving four groups A, B, C and D that also ensures participation of North Eastern states as well as Uttrakhand was deviced.advertisementThere was a presentation made by General Manger Saba Karim, explaining the COA of how the now contentious ‘yo yo test’ had been introduced as a fitness parameter for Indian team selection at the behest of team management.But there was no decision to draft a reply to Treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary who had delivered a long questionnaire to COA, inquiring if any scientific method was followed before introducing yo yo tests in Indian cricket which has seen three cricketers losing their national spots on failing such test.last_img

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