The convention among the BCCI office possessors and the Committee of Administrators (COA) was held on Wednesday to discuss about the cricket’s contribution in Olympics.
“The issue (Olympics participation) is yet being conversed and it will be forwarded to the general body,” COA member Diana Edulji stated.
With the issue now being sent to the BCCI general body, it appears doubtful that the Indian board will be keen to chase the Olympic charter.
Though, the conference come up with great news for the national men and women selection committee, in which every member will be given cash reward of Rs 15 lakh each for the stellar presentation of both the cricket teams in the International Cricket Council (ICC) programmes.
“They have been recompense for choosing good teams,” Edulji, the former India women’s captain stated.
“We are trying our best. We will try and adhere to it as far as possible since the Future Tours & Programmes (FTP) are decided way in advance,” she affirmed
The conference also had ex-India captain Mohammad Azharuddin’s awaiting dues in its schedule following the Andhra High Court in 2012 nullifying all allegations of match-fixing against him.
On Tuesday, contentious pacer S Sreesanth’s life forbid was withdrawn by the Kerala High Court and that was also converse in the meeting.
“Azharuddin’s case has been alluded to the general body and Sreesanth’s case, the lawful group is as yet considering,” Edulji affirmed.
She likewise said that board treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhary is taking a shot at the modalities of pay modification for top notch cricketers.
Edulji additionally said that lone 10 of 31 subsidiary units have reacted to the CoA’s request of presenting their individuals’ rundown.
“There are 10 units that have sent the rundown. The individuals who don’t, they will figure in the Status Report,” she said.