Roger Binny included in BCCI’s voter list; Discussions of getting a role in BCCI intensified: Report

New Delhi, 7 October | Roger Binny, currently president of the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA), has been included in the draft electoral roll of the BCCI ahead of the elections for India’s cricket governing body.

A Sportstar report claims Binny, the former Indian handyman and member of the 1983 World Cup winning team, could land a role in the BCCI after being nominated to represent Karnataka at the upcoming general meeting. annual (general meeting). In Mumbai on October 18, the same day that the election results will also be released.

“Previously, Santosh Menon of KSCA will represent KSCA at BCCI AGM. But this time, Binny will represent the Karnataka unit, while Sourav Ganguly will represent the Bengal Cricket Association.

The report says that with questions about Ganguly’s future as BCCI president, former senior male coach Binny is being talked about playing a major role. “It’s too early to predict anything. Only when the nominations are presented next week will things become clear, “a BCCI source said in the report.

Current BCCI Secretary Jay Shah is expected to represent the Gujarat Cricket Association and treasurer Arun Dhumal has been appointed by the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association to represent the state body at the AGM.

Former BCCI Treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary will represent Haryana while current BCCI Vice President Rajeev Shukla will represent Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association. Advait Manohar, son of former ICC president Shashank Manohar, will represent the Vidarbha Cricket Association, while Ashish Shelar has been named representative of the Mumbai Cricket Association.

BCCI elections will be held for the positions of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Co-Secretary and Treasurer. Nominations must be submitted by 11 and 12 October to participate in elections for these positions. The report also states that members of the BCCI office met Thursday night in Delhi regarding the AGM and the elections.

-IANS

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