Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah Will Continoue In BCCI as
The honorable Supreme Court of India approves the constitutional amendment to BCCI. The Supreme Court on Wednesday approved the change in the cooling-off period of the BCCI. After this decision, now an office-bearer will remain in the state body for more than three years. The Supreme Court in its decision said the tenure of the SCA and BCCI will not be considered together.
Hence, after working for six years in state cricket, an officer can also work in BCCI for six years. After the completion of six consecutive years in BCCI, no one can hold office for three years. In BCCI for two consecutive terms i.e. for 6 years.
Current President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah can get the maximum benefit from this. His decision can be called a big decision for both big names in BCCI.
Ganguly and Jay Shah’s tenure is coming to an end
At present, five office-bearers in BCCI including President Sourav, and Jay Shah have completed 6 years in the board and state body. Sourav Ganguly became the President of BCCI on 23 October 2019. Prior to this, he became the Secretary of the Cricket Association of Bengal in 2014, then in 2015, he got the post of President.
Similarly, Jay Shah became the Joint Secretary of the Gujarat Cricket Association in 2014. It is said that his term started on September 8, 2013. That is, from September 2013 to October 2019, he was associated with the Gujarat Cricket Association. After this, he took over the post of BCCI Secretary on 24 October 2019. It is being said that both will remain in their posts for the next three years.