Previous India captain Sourav Ganguly, who is set to take cost as the head of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on Tuesday mentioned his conference with BJP Head of state Amit Shah a day prior to he arised as the only challenger in the race to be BCCI president.After Ganguly fulfilled
Shah, the rumours of the former India crickter signing up with the ruling party in India began doing the rounds. There were speculations regarding a bargain in between Ganguly and Shah over the BCCI presidentship in return of the previous standing for the BJP in Bengal for elections in 2021.
However, Ganguly has rubbished all such records, claiming, there was no political growth in his meeting with Union Residence Priest.
“I satisfied Amit Shah for the very first time ever before. Neither did I ask a concern on BCCI, whether I was going to get an article or not, neither any type of discussion of you will only get this if you agree to that’ occurred. There is no political advancement.”
“I have actually heard these political concerns before too when I fulfilled Mamata didi, the principal priest of West Bengal,” Ganguly told reporters.In an, Amit Shah had actually
likewise refuted taking the choice to assign the BCCI president.”I did not choose who will be BCCI Head of state. BCCI has its very own political election process for it,”Amit Shah said.When asked regarding Sourav Ganguly conference Amit Shah, the house priest claimed,”He can come see me. I have actually been connected with cricket for several years. There is no damage in Sourav Ganguly conference me. “Sourav Ganguly is readied to take cost as the head of Board of Control for Cricket in India( BCCI )after he submitted his election for the leading article for the elections to be hung on October 23. For sports news, updates, live ratings and also cricket fixtures, browse through to indiatoday.in/ sporting activities. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports information, ratings and also updates.Get real-time alerts and also all the information on your phone with the brand new India Today app. Download from