Why N.Srinivasan,President of BCCI is fighting lost case with the help Southern Indian States? In what was respect he is better than black listed Lalit Mody?
Asked by amitava duttamajumdar, 23 Sep '13 08:48 pm
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Greediness for power and positionAnswered by saranathan Narasimhan, 24 Sep '13 12:48 am
He is sure that he will win due to his money power better or not that is a different matterAnswered by iqbal seth, 23 Sep '13 09:31 pm
The chances are he would get re-elected and get an extended tenure of one year. That most state cricket boards support him is evident from the fact that first of all he was elected as Board President despite being the owner of an IPL team, which is a clear case of conflict of interest. Secondly, after the charges of betting were levelled against his son-in-law, no one asked him to resign, he has only relinquished the running of the day to day affairs and Dalmiya is continuing as interim president. Thirdly when the Bombay High Court dismissed the findings of the inquiry committee set up by the board by which his son in law was exonerated from betting charges stating that the committee set up was unconstitutional, then the board has filed an appeal against this order in the Supreme Court. What does it show? That he has the support of all state boards and he will even win in the re-election, even though it is reprehensible.Answered by Manoj Adwani, 23 Sep '13 09:03 pm
I dont think so any southern state pitches in to help him.he has support of some members in BCCI itself. maybe he will taste his waterloo in next elections of BCCIAnswered by Ataur Rahman, 23 Sep '13 08:50 pm