Sourav Ganguly withdraws, the eldest Snehasish takes over the leadership of CAB | News about cricket

KOLKATA: Formerly BCCI chairperson Sourav Ganguly on Sunday withdrew from the race to become Bengal Cricket AssociationHis next head of state, paving the way for his brother Snehasish to be unexpectedly elected at the upcoming AGM on October 31.
“I said I would run only when there is an election. There won’t be any election, so it won’t be checked,” Ganguly told reporters at Eden after he chose not to file for the presidency on the final day of nomination.
Denied a second term at the Indian cricket board, the former BCCI chairman just a week ago announced that he is ready for the run-up elections to return as a TAXI manager.
“If I was there, that would mean two or more people wouldn’t get any posts. So I’ve moved aside,” Ganguly said.
“I should have been elected without objection, but I don’t think it’s right. Others won’t get a chance to work for this association. They’ll work for three years now and we’ll see later. there.”
When asked about his next rounds, he said: “Let’s see.
“I have no competition at CAB, everyone is my friend here. There are new and experienced people here to run the show. I’ll be around too and they’ll get me,” he said. said more before leaving Eden.
Elder Ganguly, who served as Avishek Dalmiya’s secretary, will now run the programme, while Amalendu Biswas, Mayukh’s father, who leads the Students’ Federation of India (SFI), will be appointed vice president.
Naresh Ojha will take the secretariat seat, while Prabir Chakraborty and Debabrata Das will continue for a second term as treasurer and general secretary.


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