The more trouble is coming for Indian cricket as the former BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke found an accused of obstructing India vs England limited overs series. However, he was dismissed from his position earlier for the charges of refusing to introduce Lodha reforms. Supreme court fired both the president and secretary of BCCI, Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke respectively for the same charge.
The new twist in the vault of troubles for Indian cricket is coming out from Ajay Shirke who called ECB (England Cricket Board) and said BCCI is unable to organize the limited overs series against England. He told this to Giles Clarke, the chief of ECB, on phone. This has made a controversy now.
After Shirke’s call to Gile, ECB wrote a letter in an e-mail to the CEO of BCCI, Rahul Johri, expressing about the clouds of uncertainties hovering over the limited over series between India and England. He wrote,
“I have received calls from Mr. Shirke who I understand is no longer the Honorary Secretary of BCCI. Can you please confirm to me that the England team will continue to be looked after by the BCCI in the usual fashion, with proper security, player daily allowance payments, hotel bills covered and the like, with transport organized at all times.
“Obviously, it is entirely a matter for BCCI where matches are played, but please advise soonest that the schedule will be adhered to, or any changes.”
On the other side, Shirke denied that he never did a phone call to Giles, it is a plotting towards ruining his image.
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