The current BCCI President Shashank Manohar will fill in and this decision was taken in the 85th AGM of the board in Mumbai.N. Srinivasan was elected first chairman of the International Cricket Council for a two-year term. The BCCI will now recommend this change to ICC.
Srinivasan’s tenure will be completed by current BCCI president Manohar, who will now head the world body’s Executive Committee till June 2016.As per protocol, respective Boards name a representative on the Executive Committee.
In recent times, Srinivasan’s control over cricket administration had increasingly become weaker after Supreme Court charged him with conflict of interest.With his exit as ICC chairman, Srinivasan is now left with just one position as President of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association.
The heat on Srinivasan increased after the Lodha committee suspended Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals.Cracking the whip on the conflict of interest issue, BCCI also removed Roger Binny from his position as a national selector while Ravi Shastri was ousted from the IPL Governing Council.
MSK Prasad will replace Binny as South Zone selector in the national panel.