BCCI’s governance and prestige, the richest cricket board in world cricket, has suffered a setback today. In the key meeting of the International Cricket Council (ICC) held in Dubai, all the countries have turned their backs on the BCCI in voting for a change in revenue and administrative structure.
The growing terror between the ICC and the BCCI has deepened the question about India’s participation in the ICC Champions Trophy in June.
Shashank Manohar, Indian President of the ICC and the BCCI’s BCCI’s troubled team, Shashank Manohar won this beta to a great extent. In the voting for change in the administrative structure, only Amitabh Chaudhary of India voted in protest while all other countries voted in favor of it. India lost 1-9 in this matter.