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new Delhi: BCCI Chief Sourav Ganguly has been embroiled in controversies for some time now. Dada has been in the headlines for the first time due to the captaincy dispute with Virat Kohli and then the ruckus over Wriddhiman Saha. But now there have been very shocking revelations about Ganguly. Dada has broken many rules of BCCI and this has been disclosed by some selectors of BCCI itself.

Sourav Ganguly’s pole exposed

According to a report in the Indian Express, Sourav Ganguly runs his team continuously in the selection and according to the constitution of BCCI, a president does not have any right in the meeting of the selection. At the same time, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah also participates in the meetings as the convener of the committee. Ganguly’s presence in the selection is very wrong and he can be stopped from doing so.

The selectors revealed

The Indian Express interacted with several selectors and they revealed that Ganguly used to take part in all the selection meetings. At the same time, a BCCI official has even claimed that Ganguly has been attending every selection meeting since becoming the BCCI President in 2019. At the same time, some selectors told that Ganguly is also involved in the selection meetings which are held online. But no one raises voice against him because he is the chief of the board.

Hand in the removal of Kohli from the captaincy

At the same time, the selectors have even revealed that Ganguly had a hand in removing Virat Kohli from the captaincy. Apart from this, he was also insisting on making Rohit the captain in all three formats. The selectors said that after the arrival of Ganguly, the power of the selectors has reduced completely. In the case of Wriddhiman Saha, there was a big disclosure about Ganguly. Saha had said that he had scored a half-century in the Test series against New Zealand despite a neck injury, after which Dada congratulated him by messaging and said that you will remain in the team as long as I am.

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