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Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary J Shah told ANI Soro Ganguly He has not resigned from the post of BCCI president. Speculation about Ganguly’s future in this position began when he “posted a secret tweet about starting something that I think will probably help a lot of people.”
Soro Ganguly has not resigned as BCCI president: J Shah, BCCI secretary of ANI pic.twitter.com/C2O3r550aL
– ANI (ANI) June 1, 2022
“2022 marks the 30th year since I started my journey with cricket in 1992. Cricket has given me a lot since then. The most important thing is that it has given me the support of all of you. Want more than just be a part of this journey, support me and help me get to where I am today. Will help people. I hope you will continue your support as I enter this chapter. Life, “Ganguly tweeted.
– Soro Ganguly (G SGanguly99) June 1, 2022
“Rumors circulating about Mr Soro Ganguly stepping down as BCCI President are in fact false. We have some exciting time coming in the form of media rights “We are focusing on protecting the interests of Indian cricket,” Jay Shah, BCCI secretary, told ANI.
Ganguly played 113 Tests and 311 ODIs for India and scored over 18,000 runs in international cricket. As captain, he led India to the final of the 2003 ICC World Cup and laid the foundation for a golden age in the history of Indian cricket with his many away victories at home in Test cricket.
BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal also denied the allegations when contacted by NDTV.
Ganguly took over as BCCI president in October 2019.
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