The fate of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly, board secretary Joy Shah, and Joyce George is set to be decided in the Supreme Court today. The case is pending in the Supreme Court. This time the Supreme Court of the country will decide whether these three office-bearers will remain in their posts? As per the rules, Indian Cricket Board officials have to resign every three years. The term of office of the current office bearers ended in the middle of 2020. Now they are in the cooling-off period.
The case is pending before a bench of Supreme Court Justice Nageshwar Rao. Justice Rao is keen to expedite the disposal of the case. BCCI wants President Sourav Ganguly, Board Secretary Joy Shah, and Joyce George to continue working. The BCCI president and former captain of the Indian cricket team had said a few days ago that he would decide his future on the decision of the Supreme Court.
It remains to be seen what the Supreme Court will decide. And it remains to be seen what Sourav Ganguly will do after that verdict. Will he stay in the world of sports? It will be decided in the next few days whether the speculation will really make a name for itself in politics.
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