Conflict of interest: Will questions be asked to Sourav Ganguly in BCCI meeting?

new Delhi: Several issues will be important in the 89th annual meeting (AGM) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today. This will include the tax exemption of T20 World Cup 2021, the issue of new IPL teams on the agenda.

There is also speculation that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly may be questioned on his advertisements and the matter of conflict of interest related to it, but there is no clear picture on it right now.

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It is possible that even if questions are asked to Sourav Ganguly Sourav Ganguly), the answer will be ready with Dada. However, so far no objection has been expressed by the BCCI.

It is worth noting that Sourav Ganguly is the brand ambassador for some products that have direct competition with the sponsors of BCCI. It is possible that Ganguly is legally correct. But questions about morality are definitely arising.

Apart from this, the issue of including 10 teams in the IPL will also be important in this meeting. A senior board official said, “It is not possible for 2021 to have 10 teams in the IPL at this time. For this the process will take a long time and in such a short time it is not possible.


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