N Srinivasan still has say in BCCI functioning, says IS Bindra

Bindra wondered how a person who has stepped aside "on moral grounds" should be allowed to represent the BCCI in the ICC meetings which would discuss financial issues.

updated: June 22, 2013 09:44 IST
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New Delhi: Former BCCI President IS Bindra on Friday took potshots at the cricket authorities for allowing N Srinivasan to still call the shots even after stepping aside as Board chief, in the wake of lack of clarity on who would represent India in the ICC meetings in London next week.

"Nothing is clear on the board front. For a start who control's affairs of the BCCI and thereby runs cricket, once a religion but now a business resulting in controversies, corruption and lots of illegitimate benefits," Bindra wrote on his blog.

"Is it Jagmohan Dalmiya, given a media name of interim president, a designation which has no locus standi in the board manual or is the much controversial Narayanswamy Srinivasan who was forced to step down by an aggressive media once the involvement of his son-in-law in the IPL betting scandal came to light.

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