Mumbai: The BCCI working committee on Wednesday, failed to reach a consensus on whether to bring Mohammed Azharuddin back under the parent body's fold after the Andhra Pradesh High Court lifted life ban on former Indian captain by the cricket board.
"The decision on Azharuddin's future in BCCI has been deferred. The working committee was undecided on whether to appeal against the decision or not. The legal team is still studying the case and it will still take some time to reach a conclusion," a senior BCCI official preferring anonymity told PTI.
In another major decision, the BCCI also decided to dole out their one-time benefit payment to around 50 more cricketers who had a "touch and go" case in terms of the number of matches played and the year of retirement.