Who Will Become Next BCCI President After Sourav Ganguly? Decision To Be Taken On This Date

The BCCI office-bearers are scheduled to arrive in Mumbai on Monday, October 10, to discuss the upcoming BCCI elections, thus it will be decided on October 11 if Sourav Ganguly will remain the organization’s president.

According to sources, the BCCI office bearers are scheduled to arrive in Mumbai tonight. The meeting where all significant decisions regarding the BCCI’s upcoming elections will be made will take place tomorrow. An important point is that Delhi has already hosted one round of sessions.

The favorite to succeed Ganguly as BCCI president is thought to be former Indian cricketer and World Cup champion Roger Binny. As BCCI secretary, Jay Shah is anticipated to remain. In October 2019, the Ganguly-Shah team assumed control of the Indian cricket body. Ganguly has been mentioned in connection with the ICC Chairman position recently. But in a recent interview, the former Indian captain downplayed his prospects and said he had no control over the situation. Although Ganguly was quoted by the PTI, “ICC chairmanship is not in my hands.”
After taking over as president of the Cricket Association of Bengal, Ganguly entered the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB). The legendary Indian cricketer served as a CAB member from 2015 to 2019 before taking over as BCCI president.

Before the Supreme Court’s (SC) decision last month, Ganguly and Shah’s future was in doubt. The SC approved a change to the BCCI constitution that permitted administrators to serve two consecutive terms of three years in both the BCCI and state associations before a three-year cooling-off period begins. An official is not permitted to participate in any Indian cricket organization during this time.

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The election results are supposed to be announced on October 18, the same day as the BCCI Annual General Meeting (AGM).

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