Sourav Ganguly attends a press convention after taking cost in Mumbai on Wednesday (AP Photo)

Sourav Ganguly was unanimously elected because the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The choice was taken on the General Body Meeting in Mumbai on Wednesday after the previous India Captain had filed his nomination for the publish final week on the BCCI Headquarters in Mumbai. Ganguly was the one candidate who filed his nomination for the President’s publish.

Along with Mr. Ganguly as President, the next have been elected because the workplace bearers of the BCCI- Jay Shah, Secretary Arun Singh Dhumal: Treasurer Mahim Verma : Vice-President, Jayesh George: Joint Secretary.

Ganguly promised “no compromise on credibility and corruption” as he turned the primary former nationwide staff captain in 65 years to guide the Board of Control for Cricket in India.

“I’ll do it the way I know, with no compromise on credibility and corruption. That’s the way I led India,” Ganguly stated.

Here are the very best reactions:-


It’s official – @SGanguly99 formally elected because the President of BCCI

— BCCI (@BCCI) October 23, 2019


BEST WISHES @SGanguly99 Jay Shah @ThakurArunS fr taking cost @BCCI right this moment.

It’s time to revive Cricket,put Players, Fans & India’s pursuits on the forefront agn.

It’s time2play on the entrance foot!

My full help hs been & will alwys be within the Best Interest of Indian Cricket.

— Anurag Thakur (@ianuragthakur) October 23, 2019


It’s an awesome honour

— Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) October 23, 2019


This makes me so joyful. Having learnt from and performed with you Dada, I know that you simply’re going to excel at your new function , deal with it with utmost sincerity and fervour, very like you at all times did on area. Congratulations, @SGanguly99 and all the very best for the journey forward.👍

— Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) October 23, 2019


Congratulations to the good chief and now the BOSS @SGanguly99 for being the president of @BCCI #dada

— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) October 23, 2019

47-year-old Ganguly’s unopposed election as president on Wednesday ended a 33-month spell throughout which the BCCI was run by a Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators to enact governance and administrative reforms.

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