The ‘C’ word has started to cause a ruckus in Indian cricket by and by. On Tuesday, news developed that BCCI’s ombudsman DK Jain had asked Indian cricket legend Kapil Dev, and his associates, previous India cricketers Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy (previous India ladies’ group commander), in the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) to show up face to face on December 27-28 significantly after they had stopped the board because of a similar issue.
Prior, cricket greats Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman and Sourav Ganguly, presently the BCCI president, also needed to stop the CAC because of a similar issue. Curiously, every one of these grievances were documented by a solitary individual, Sanjeev Gupta, who is a real existence individual from the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA). Before demitting office in October, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) had proposed certain adjustments in the statement to the Supreme Court.
On Wednesday, plainly moved by the ‘bouncer’ heaved at his previous India skipper, Dilip Vengsarkar hammered the statement, as per which even an ex-cricketer can hold just each post in turn. “The manner in which the irreconcilable circumstance statement is characterized, I feel its enemies of cricketers. A wonder such as this, whenever applied, will just drive away previous cricketers from serving the game,” Vengsarkar told TOI.
He feels such the present standard is keeping cricketers from turning out to be chairmen. “All things considered, I don’t perceive any cricketers in the organization of an affiliation. For instance, in my affiliation, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), doesn’t have a solitary previous universal cricketer sitting in the organization. In the greater part of the state relationship, there are just non-cricketers taking choices which concern cricket, which is a tragic situation in fact,” he deplored.
Vengsarkar feels previous cricketers ought to be running the game as well. “A cricketer as a head can take the right choice as a general rule essentially on account of his/her experience. Emphasizing his point, Vengsarkar closed: “It’s an ideal opportunity to reclassify the irreconcilable situation condition for the improvement of the game in the nation.”