The Cricket Affiliation of Bengal (CAB) may be compelled to shelve its five-member trustee board with a view to adjust to the brand new structure accepted by the Supreme Court docket, sources mentioned on Tuesday.The destiny of the Gautam Dasgupta-headed board of trustees was one of many details of debate on the affiliation’s particular normal assembly held in Kolkata through the day.
President Sourav Ganguly instructed reporters after the assembly that they’ll now must draft the factors together with these which want extra readability, for implementation by September 20.
The Supreme Court docket had handed an order on August 9 and accordingly the BCCI registered its new structure below the Tamil Nadu Registrar of Societies.
The state associations had been subsequently requested to amend their constitutions and submit a compliance report by the deadline.
“Quite a lot of points got here up for dialogue just like the 70-year age cap, appointing a CEO from an organization with Rs 100 crore turnover and so forth,” mentioned Ganguly.
“The CEO’s wage thus can be irregular. It isn’t potential for an affiliation to pay Rs 1.5-2 crore wage to a CEO. Will probably be drafted on Wednesday and despatched to BCCI the day after,” he added.
Former CAB joint secretary Biswarup Dey mentioned there are a number of factors which want extra path, major amongst them being the prevailing trustee board.
“Now we have to abide by the structure. Nowhere in BCCI or Mumbai Cricket Affiliation does exist a trustee board. I’ve raised about 23 factors. There is not any scope for dialogue, as now we have to abide by it now,” Dey mentioned.
A number of state associations together with Karnataka and Goa have sought clarification from the BCCI on the modification of their constitutions and CAB will do the identical.
First Printed: September 19, 2018, 10:50 AM IST