According to the new BCCI constitution, by now, Ganguly, Shah, and Co should have been cooling off three times each after spending six times as justice directors in a state association or BCCI. Their terms officially ended around the middle of 2020 and we’re now in the last month of 2021. They’re still around, and there’s adding chaos in Indian justice with every passing day.
” Who forms the governing council of the IPL? And when BCCI takes any decision, why does the chairman remain a mute onlooker?”
” Will there not be a clash of interest if the BCCI president owns a platoon in IPL?”
This was the question the supreme court asked Srinivasan when he was asked to step away from his position till the Mudgal panel completed their inquiry into the spot-fixing and laying reproach during IPL’s sixth edition.
His son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan, who claimed he worked as a platoon star for the Chennai Super Kings, is indicted of laying on the IPL games.
It was December last time just before the India stint in south Africa there was an enterprise going on regarding Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly.
Just after Virat Kohli abnegated from the T20 captaincy Ganguli claimed that he asked Virat Kohli to continue as a commander but he refused since also there was a sign of commodity questionable in BCCI soon after Virat was also sacked from ODI captain. Soon after this Sourav Ganguly appears to be in another contestation
Wriddhiman Saha the gatekeeper batsman from west Bengal claims he entered a textbook communication from Ganguly, saying he didn’t have to worry about selection as long as Dada was at the helm of BCCI affairs.
The latter saga was approached by the former teammate and current head trainer of the Indian men’s justice platoon told him he’d not be named for the Sri Lanka Tests and the wicketkeeper felt he was being nudged to retire.
Latterly Chetan Sharma takes the same station for Saha and says from now on he will not be considered the first-choice gatekeeper batsman for the platoon. What Sharma and Dravid did wasn’t that questionable but the chairman of BCCI giving assurance to a justice player and still hen goes unselected is commodity questionable.
THE POWER OF PLUTOCRAT
With all the gaudiness, glamour, and attention attached to the league, the BCCI has gone to the extent of not allowing any Indian player to share in any other league in the world to maintain the exclusivity and dominance of the IPL.
International players come and play in the IPL, choosing plutocrats over public duty.
Although their opinions to put a domestic league over public duty are questioned constantly, one should understand that along with playing for their countries the game also helps them with their livelihoods, and the IPL provides a substantial income source for them to have a stable career.
However, they should be asked by the BCCI and the ICC for allowing a domestic league takes place during transnational series and where the league stands in comparison to other transnational events If questions must be asked.
- In 2016, during the Maharashtra famines, the Bombay High Court advised the IPL organizers to shift the matches from the state due to the water operation on the pitches, water that could have been used to help with other essential effects. Despite this, the BCCI went ahead and held the matches anyway in Mumbai and Pune.
- The BCCI cannot hold the IPL. Just suppose about the suspended 2021 season last time; amidst an alternate surge, the IPL continued. What would have happened if it did not take place? Would Virat Kohli have lost his form without one season with the Royal contenders Bangalore? Would a platoon like Mumbai Indians have to shut down due to one season without the IPL?
- No, it was just about generating profit for the BCCI and that is what it’s always been. Indeed, when the IPL was suspended, the BCCI desperately tried to get the remaining matches done at any cost.
The race for power
The BCCI roughly earns INR 65 crore for every transnational game held in the country and INR 55 crore for an IPL game through broadcasting rights.
However, it’ll see a massive drop in profit of nearly INR 1000 crore(for canceling just 15 games), If the BCCI sees its home season cut short. The Indian justice board has consequently stated that this schedule was drafted to disrupt its profit share from the broadcasters.
Anyone who said that Ganguly will bring the understanding of a player, a former captain, to his job as BCCI chairman will maybe now be itching to take that statement back.
Because all we now see is a director who wants nothing further than to stay in the job. However, also his running of the current mess is the cherry on top If we did not formerly have enough evidence of how the BCCI handled domestic and women’s justice.
” In the IPL, so important plutocrat is being poured on youthful players. Where is the guarantor’s plutocrat coming from? nothing raises vital questions. The pride in playing at the Ranji level has dissolved.
The aesthetics and values of justice have faded. Every youth has a smartphone and it has come easier to indulge in illegal laying.
Reform and translucency feel like distant studies as far as the BCCI is concerned now. ” See what has happened to England.
It was England that first began experimenting with different limited-overs formats and looks. where they’re now. The batters have awful ways and cannot stay at the crinkle. That’s what will be to India too.
Formerly we’re seeing players who have atrocious fashion and disposition,” cricketer Ahsan Khurshid comments on IPL and plutocrat show.