Former India captain Sourav Ganguly, who is the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), moved the Bombay High Court seeking to enforce an order that compensates him with over Rs 35 crore.

As per an order passed by an arbitration tribunal on December 9, 2018, Ganguly’s former management companies, Percept Talent Management Ltd and Percept D Mark (India) Limited have to pay him Rs 35 crore as compensation.

The 49-year-old filed the interim application before the high court on June 29 and the matter was heard on July 12. He also sought for the companies to disclose their assets which they have agreed to do on July 20.

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Senior advocate Birendra Saraf, appearing for Ganguly informed the court that both the companies owe him more than Rs. 35 crore, which includes the original compensation of Rs. 14. 4991 crore with…

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