BCCI conflict of interest: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) ethics officer, Vineet Sharan, BCCI president Roger Binny…
BCCI Conflict of Interest: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) ethics officer Vineet Sharan sent a conflict of interest notice to BCCI president Roger Binny. According to news agency PTI, Saran has sought a written reply from Bini by December 20 on the allegations of conflict of interest leveled against him. Complainant Sanjeev Gupta alleged that Binny had a conflict with his son’s wife, Mayanti Langer, as she worked for Star Sports Channel. Star Sports holds the media rights for the Indian cricket domestic season. Stay connected with Hindi.InsideSport.In for every news related to the world of sports.
BCCI is constantly taking big steps to strengthen the Indian team and make its future brighter. Meanwhile, Roger Binny has been made the new president of BCCI in place of Sourav Ganguly. Let me tell you, Stuart Binny’s father, Roger Binny, was considered one of the best players of his time.
BCCI conflict of interest: Roger Binny in trouble over Mayanti Langer, ethics officer sends notice to BCCI president: Follow live updates
Notably, Roger Binny, who was part of the 1983 World Cup-winning Indian team, became the 36th president of the BCCI in October, succeeding former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly. The 67-year-old played 27 Tests for India. Binny took the most wickets in the 1983 World Cup i.e. 18 by a batsman. He has also served as a selector for the Indian team. On the other hand, Mayanti Langer is the wife of former Indian all-rounder Stuart Binny and daughter-in-law of Roger Binny. Currently he is anchoring.
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