The Indian Cricketers Association (ICA) on Wednesday chose former Indian spinner Pragyan Ojha (Pragyan Ojha) as its representative for the IPL Governing Council, a day before the annual general meeting of the Cricket Board of India (BCCI). The BCCI will hold its 89th annual general meeting in Ahmedabad on Thursday.
Surinder Khanna was representing
Earlier, former Indian player Surinder Khanna was representing the association. According to the BCCI constitution, the ICA is required to send one member to the IPL Governing Council (GC) every year. ICA President Ashok Malhotra said, ‘Yes, the ICA directors have nominated Ojha to the IPL Governing Council. Surinder Khanna has done a great job and we would like to give each one a chance. ‘
Decision taken on Pragyan Ojha
Left-arm spinner Ojha retired from international and first-class cricket in February this year. The ICA board of directors took this decision after its general annual meeting on 19 December and issued a press release in this regard. The ICA said in the release, ‘The members have authorized the board of directors to nominate members for the IPL GC and the ICA board has given Ojha a chance to represent himself after deliberating any possible issues of conflict of interest Found the right candidate for The nomination will be for one year. ‘