Sourav Ganguly : ICC & BCCI Chairman Election 2022, Jay Shah

Sourav Ganguly : ICC & BCCI Chairman Election 2022, Jay Shah  Sourav Ganguly to become the President of ICC: Will leave his post before November, Jay Shah will be the President of BCCI  BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah are now going to start a new innings. Ganguly can be seen in the role of ICC President from November. At the same time, Jay Shah will be the President of BCCI. BCCI sources have informed NDTV Sports about this.  Sources have told that top BCCI officials are supporting Ganguly. If Ganguly manages to get the ICC vote, he will vacate the BCCI seat. Thereafter, the current BCCI secretary Jay Shah is likely to become the president and Arun Dhumal as the secretary.  Barkley's term will end in November The tenure of current ICC President Gregor Barkley ends in November. If he leaves his post without seeking another 2-year term, the ICC will get a new chairman. However, after the ICC Annual Conference in Birmingham, Barkley said, 'Yes, my term ends in November. So I am eligible for 2 more years term and I am available for re-election if the member wishes.'  How is the ICC President elected? The 16 board members of the ICC together choose their chairman. It has 12 Test playing countries. First let us know which are those countries?  India Pakistan South Africa Bangladesh England Australia West Indies Sri Lanka Zimbabwe New Zealand Afghanistan Ireland These 12 countries have one vote each, with three allies Malaysia, Scotland and Singapore having three votes. 1 vote goes to the independent director of ICC, who is currently PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi. Out of this, the candidate who gets 9 or 51 percent of the vote is the new President of the ICC. Earlier, a two-thirds majority was required to elect the Speaker, but this has been changed in the recent resolution. Let us tell you that BCCI has a very strong position in the ICC because BCCI is the richest cricket board in the world. In such a situation, there are more chances of Ganguly becoming the ICC President.  The terms of Ganguly and Jay Shah are coming to an end, the Supreme Court on Wednesday approved a change in the cooling-off period of the BCCI. After this decision, the current president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah have got the maximum benefit. At present, five office bearers including BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah have completed 6 years in the board and state body.  Ganguly and Jay Shah will continue in office: Supreme Court approves constitutional amendment to BCCI, now both will be able to remain office-bearers for 6 years  Sourav Ganguly became the President of BCCI on 23 October 2019. Prior to this, he became the Secretary of Cricket Association of Bengal in 2014, then in 2015 he got the post of President. Similarly, Jay Shah became the Joint Secretary of Gujarat Cricket Association in 2014. It is said that his term had started from 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.

Sourav Ganguly to become the President of ICC: Will leave his post before November, Jay Shah will be the President of BCCI

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah are now going to start a new innings. Ganguly can be seen in the role of ICC President from November. At the same time, Jay Shah will be the President of BCCI. BCCI sources have informed NDTV Sports about this.

Sources have told that top BCCI officials are supporting Ganguly. If Ganguly manages to get the ICC vote, he will vacate the BCCI seat. Thereafter, the current BCCI secretary Jay Shah is likely to become the president and Arun Dhumal as the secretary.

Barkley's term will end in November The tenure
of current ICC President Gregor Barkley ends in November. If he leaves his post without seeking another 2-year term, the ICC will get a new chairman. However, after the ICC Annual Conference in Birmingham, Barkley said, 'Yes, my term ends in November. So I am eligible for 2 more years term and I am available for re-election if the member wishes.'

How is the ICC President elected?
The 16 board members of the ICC together choose their chairman. It has 12 Test playing countries. First let us know which are those countries?

India
Pakistan
South Africa
Bangladesh
England
Australia
West Indies
Sri Lanka
Zimbabwe
New Zealand
Afghanistan
Ireland
These 12 countries have one vote each, with three allies Malaysia, Scotland and Singapore having three votes.
1 vote goes to the independent director of ICC, who is currently PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi.
Out of this, the candidate who gets 9 or 51 percent of the vote is the new President of the ICC.
Earlier, a two-thirds majority was required to elect the Speaker, but this has been changed in the recent resolution. Let us tell you that BCCI has a very strong position in the ICC because BCCI is the richest cricket board in the world. In such a situation, there are more chances of Ganguly becoming the ICC President.

The terms of Ganguly and Jay Shah are coming to an end, the
Supreme Court on Wednesday approved a change in the cooling-off period of the BCCI. After this decision, the current president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah have got the maximum benefit. At present, five office bearers including BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah have completed 6 years in the board and state body.

Ganguly and Jay Shah will continue in office: Supreme Court approves constitutional amendment to BCCI, now both will be able to remain office-bearers for 6 years

Sourav Ganguly became the President of BCCI on 23 October 2019. Prior to this, he became the Secretary of Cricket Association of Bengal in 2014, then in 2015 he got the post of President. Similarly, Jay Shah became the Joint Secretary of Gujarat Cricket Association in 2014. It is said that his term had started from 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.
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