Roger Binny to contest for BCCI elections this year


KSCA President Roger Binny is all set to contest the BCCI elections as told by a source report.

In the draft electoral rolls, there is the former allrounder’s and 1983 World Cup-winning member’s name.

Binny has been named to represent the state body at BCCI’s Annual General Meeting on the 18th of October which is also the day when the election results will be announced.

Said the report,

Earlier, KSCA’s Santosh Menon would represent the KSCA in the BCCI. But Binny will represent Karnataka unit this time, while Sourav Ganguly will represent the Cricket Association of Bengal.

While there are speculations regarding Ganguly’s role as BCCI President, it has now come forth that Binny, who has been a former senior men’s selector, may also land the coveted role.

According to a BCCI source,

It is too early to predict anything. The nominations will be filed next week, only then things could be clear.

Different eminent personalities will be representing the different cricket association bodies during the AGM such as current secretary Jay Shah.

The posts up for grabs in the BCCI’s elections are for President, vice-president, secretary, joint secretary and treasurer.

The final date for filing the nominations is 11th-12th October. In the same report, it has also been mentioned that BCCI had a meeting in Delhi on Thursday about the AGM and the elections.

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