For a real cleansing, apply conflict of interest rules to cricket’s players as well as to its administrators
The BCCI’s four-member working group met on Monday for the first time to discuss the way forward.
There was speculation that current and former players will also be asked to sign the undertakings.
Ex-players have IPL contracts, links with firms managing players; BCCI split on making exception for cricketers.
BCCI president Dalmiya has written to the working group to put an extensive and thorough system in place.
Just a week ago, The Indian Express has reported that how several players are lined up to join a firm linked to Kohli.
The BCCI has already initiated the process of preparing a comprehensive Code of Ethics.
BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur responds to all media queries about the board while BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya is silent.
Indian team will not only be without a head coach, but also their team director.
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While the BCCI has said the life ban on Sreesanth will stay despite the court relief, Thomas is busy meeting politicians associated with cricket.
S Sreesanth along with the other two cricketers were acquitted by the Patiala House court on Saturday.
Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila were on Saturday discharged in the IPL-6 spot fixing case by Patiala House Court.
Previously, MS Dhoni had faced allegations of “conflict of interest” when he was associated with Rhiti Sports Management.
Board secretary Anurag Thakur had already asked the members to sign ‘no conflict of interest’ declaration; players next in line.
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