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Rajiv Shukla may become the vice president of BCCI, Mahim Verma resigned and left the post

Congress leader and former IPL chairman Rajiv Shukla, who has a long experience of cricket administration, could become the new vice-president of BCCI, the world’s richest cricket board.

When Saurav Ganguly became the chairman of the board in 2019, there was speculation about Shukla becoming vice-president, but this was not possible due to the new constitution.

Rajiv Shukla may become the vice president of BCCI, Mahim Verma resigned and left the post
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The post became vacant following the resignation of Mahim Verma in April this year. Verma was made the vice-chairman on 23 October last year.

While Sourav Ganguly was elected chairman, Jai Shah secretary, Jayesh George as co-secretary and Brijesh Patel was elected Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman. Mahim Verma resigns to serve as Secretary of Uttarakhand Cricket Association

According to the board’s rule, a new general vice-president is required to hold a special general meeting within 45 days of resignation. This is not possible due to lockdown.

Rajiv Shukla has been the secretary of the UP Cricket Association. In 2017, he had to step down following the recommendations of the Lodha Committee.

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Why Rajiv Shukla can be a better vice Sports competitions are being canceled all over the world due to the Corona epidemic, they are being avoided.

The biggest crisis is hovering over the Indian Premier League. It has been postponed indefinitely, so after the arrival of Rajiv Shukla, the board may come to some conclusion.

Rajeev Shukla is an Indian politician, journalist, political commentator and the former chairman of Indian Premier League. Following the scandal over alleged corruption and spot-fixing in the IPL, Shukla resigned as its chairman on 1 June 2013

According to estimates, the board may incur a loss of Rs 4000 crore for not having IPL. It is a big challenge before the authorities to find a new window in the IPL. Countries like Sri Lanka have already offered to host it, in such a situation, T20 tournament is also being discussed outside the country.

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