Despite murmurs from state associations about president Sourav Ganguly’s alleged unethical conduct of endorsing products of the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI’s) sponsors, the issue is likely to be swept under the carpet during its Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held in Ahmedabad on Thursday.
Ganguly’s alleged conflict of interest or ethical misconduct has not been listed in the agenda.
If at all it is to be discussed, a state association representative will have to speak up towards the end of the meeting when “other matters” can be discussed with the permission of the chair.
“Who will bell the cat has been a permanent problem in BCCI, especially over the last decade,” said a BCCI old-timer, preferring anonymity. “It’s highly unlikely that there’ll be an official discussion on the floor of the…