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The BCCI Ethics Officer has made it clear to the board

  • 13 Sep 2019 22:02:46

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Ethics Officer DK Jain has made it unmistakable to the board that previous India captain Sourav Ganguly has tractable clash and should give up his interests and should not proceed in more than one position. Via the post office gotten to by IANS, Jain has given the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president the advantage of uncertainty, however has likewise proceeded to clarify that he should not hold more than one position.

"In the moment case, having respect to the up to noted remain of Mr. Ganguly, viz (I) that on the off chance that it is found by the Ethics Officer that his essence in the CAC (Cricket Advisory Committee) has brought about an "irreconcilable circumstance" circumstance, as imagined in Rule 38 of the Rules, his Reply in these Complaints might be treated as his renunciation there from prompt impact and (ii) that his association with the IPL Franchise has arrived at an end in May 2019, I announce that in the present case the "Irreconcilable situation" is tractable.

"In spite of the fact that it is trite law that the numbness of the law is no reason and, Mr. Ganguly was obliged to reveal the essential data as stipulated in Rule 38(2) of the Rules, yet bearing in the mind the way that the Rules have appeared simply after August 2018, I am slanted to give advantage of uncertainty to Mr. Ganguly that maybe he might not have understood that his possessing the said three posts involved "Irreconcilable circumstance".

"In like manner, I direct the BCCI to guarantee that Mr. Sourav Ganguly gives up his interests, which offer ascent to "Irreconcilable situation" and doesn't keep on involving more than one post as listed in Rule 38(4) of the Rules at some random purpose of time," he composed.