Forms a Subcommitee to take on the task
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has appointed a sub-committee to ensure proper operating of the Jammu Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA). The sub-committee formed is supposed to look into the daily functioning of the JKCA.
Although, a committee had been passed with the judgment approved by the Hon’ble Division Bench of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir. The committee includes Sourav Ganguly, President BCCI, Rajeev Shukla (Vice-President, BCCI), Arun Dhumal (Treasurer, BCCI), and Jay Shah (Secretary, BCCI). This committee was formed to look at the operations of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Associations (JKCA). This committee is supposed to supervise and manage the sub-committee.
The BCCI has also formed a sub-committee to oversee the functioning of the JKCA. The JKCA is supposed to work under the supervision and control of the committee.
The sub-committee members include a former Ranji Cricketer and Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir captain, Mithun Manhas, Brigadier Anil Gupta, and a Jammu-based advocate Sunil Sethi. Manhas has been a great batsman for Delhi for many years and participated in the IPL for several seasons.
These boards had been formed because the Jammu and Kashmir Excessive Court agenda on April 23 coordinated the BCCI to take up the cricketing affairs of the JKCA due to the mismanagement inside the working of the state body.
“The Sub-Committee will look into the daily functioning of JKCA and shall always work below the supervision and management of the Committee,” BCCI secretary Shah acknowledged.
Also, the BCCI appointed Majid Dar will report to the sub-committee immediately.
“Further, Mr. Majid Dar will look into the development of cricket at Srinagar and will report to the Sub-Committee members,” said a statement from BCCI.
Meanwhile, India feels as if sending two different squads playing in various locations due to the effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic could become a norm. This is because it is allowing double cricket and some break to the players caused by bio-bubble fatigue.
“It is a definite possibility that India could play another limited overs tour with a younger squad while the main team player is playing elsewhere or needs a break. The COVID-19 related restrictions also need to be factored in,” Dhumal told PTI.
He went on to say that the 2 Indian squads show the bench strength of the team as a whole and offers an opportunity for them to organize more bilateral cricket as well as help other boards facing challenges caused by the pandemic.
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