Conflict conundrum: Rahul Dravid asked to depose before ethics officer on September 26




Conflict conundrum: Rahul Dravid asked to depose before ethics officer on September 26

Prior this month, previous Supreme Court judge Jain had asked Dravid to react recorded as a hard copy subsequent to getting a protest from Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) life part Sanjeev Gupta.

Previous India commander Rahul Dravid has been approached to oust face to face to clarify the irreconcilable situation charges against him on September 26 by BCCI Ethics Officer D K Jain.

Jain affirmed to PTI that Dravid will exhibit his case on September 26 in Mumbai.

Dravid is as of now the Director of National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru, other than being a VP in the India Cements gathering, which claims the IPL establishment Chennai Super Kings.

“Characteristic equity requests that he be heard face to face and that is the reason he has been called to dismiss,” a BCCI authority told PTI.

The 46-year-old previous batting pillar was the head mentor of the India An and Under-19 groups before being given the NCA job, which would incorporate observing the advancement of these different sides also.

The grievance against Dravid, by Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) life part Sanjeev Gupta, charges that there is struggle in enthusiasm for Dravid’s job as NCA head and being an India Cements worker.

Previous Supreme Court judge Jain had asked Dravid to react recorded as a hard copy, which he has officially done.

According to the BCCI constitution, no individual can hold more than one post simultaneously. BCCI representative Mayank Parikh, who also faces of irreconcilable situation claims, will likewise dismiss around the same time.

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A piece of the tasks group in the BCCI, Parikh is additionally connected with various clubs, with democratic rights, in the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA).

In his composed answer, it has been discovered that Dravid has safeguarded himself saying he has withdrawn from nonattendance from bosses India Cements and he has nothing to do with the Chennai Super Kings.

The notice sent to Dravid had not gone down well with any semblance of greats like Sourav Ganguly, who went to the degree of saying “lord have mercy on Indian cricket”.

Veteran spinner Harbhajan Singh too had resounded Ganguly’s view.

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“New style in indian cricket … ..irreconcilable situation … .Best approach to stay in news … lord have mercy on indian cricket … Dravid Gets Conflict of Interest Notice from BCCI Ethics Officer,” Ganguly had tweeted.

The notice to Dravid additionally prompted a broad gathering between previous players and Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket.

Any semblance of previous chief Dilip Vengsarkar, Sanjay Manjrekar, Ajit Agarkar, Irfan Pathan, Parthiv Patel and Rohan Gavaskar went to the gathering face to face while Ganguly joined in by means of Skype.

After the gathering, it was chosen that a white paper will be set up on irreconcilable circumstance and submitted to the Supreme Court. The CoA had surrendered that it is confronting issues in executing the irreconcilable circumstance rules in the Lodha board changes.

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