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Conflict of interest case: Shanta Rangaswamy resigns after notice

Dayadra  Kolkata:

DK Jain, the Ethics Officer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), sent a notice to the three members of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) and sought their response by 10 October, after which S…


Dayadra  Kolkata:

DK Jain, the Ethics Officer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), sent a notice to the three members of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) and sought their response by 10 October, after which Shanta Rangaswamy also resigned from his post. The CAC includes 1983 World Champion Captain Kapil Dev, Shantha Rangaswamy and Anshuman Gaikwad, who recently selected Ravi Shastri for the post of head coach of India.

Shanta Rangaswamy told PTI, 'I have some other plans so I decided to go ahead. Anyway, the CSC meets once a year or once in two years, so I do not understand the conflict. '

Conflict of interest case on CAC

Shanta Rangaswamy said, 'It was an honor to be on the CAC committee. In the current circumstances (looking at conflict of interest) I think it would be difficult to find a suitable former cricketer for any administrative role. I would have resigned from the ICA before the election. So it was a matter of time. '

Rangaswamy resigns from his post

Apart from Rangaswamy, CAC included Kapil Dev and Anshuman Gaekwad. Rangaswamy sent his resignation on Sunday morning via email to the Committee of Administrators (COA) and the Chief Executive Officer of the board, Rahul Johri. On Saturday, BCCI conduct officer DK Jain sent a notice to the CAC asking the former cricketers, who chose the current Indian coach, to respond to the allegations of conflict of interest against them by 10 October.

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