BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, who additionally holds the put up of director at ATK Mohun Bagan, has determined to step down from the placement within the Indian Tremendous League franchise to keep away from any attainable warfare of pastime.
The advance comes days after Kolkata-based company massive RP Sanjiv Goenka Crew gained the bid for the Lucknow IPL franchise for a document sum of Rs 7,090 crore.
“Neatly, I believe he’s going to step down from Mohun Bagan totally. I believe these days. It’s for Sourav to make the announcement. I imply, sorry. I believe I pre-empted it,” Goenka instructed a information channel.
The previous India captain has learnt to have initiated the method of relinquishing his position from ATKMB, the city-based heavyweights the place he additionally has a stake.
The warfare of pastime rule as in keeping with the BCCI charter states: “When the BCCI, a Member, the IPL or a Franchisee input into contractual preparations with entities during which the person involved or his/her relative, spouse or shut affiliate has an pastime.
“That is to incorporate instances the place members of the family, companions or shut pals are in place that can, or is also observed to compromise as particular person’s participation, efficiency and discharge of roles.”
Ganguly had prior to now used to be dragged into warfare of pastime controversy when in 2019 he used to be the president of Cricket Affiliation of Bengal and an consultant with Delhi Capitals.