BCCI serves notice of conflict of interest on President Roger Binny

According to a report by PTI, BCCI Ethics Officer Vineet Saran has issued a conflict of interest notice against Chairman Roger Binny. The plaintiff, Sanjeev Gupta, alleged that Roger was guilty because his daughter-in-law works for Star Sports, which owns the media rights to the home series in India.

After the recent semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022, many changes are expected to be made by the BCCI. The selection committee was sacked recently by BCCI and India may also soon have a new leader in the shortest format. However, a new development could put BCCI chairman Roger Binny in trouble. According to a report by PTI, BCCI Ethics Officer Vineet Saran served a notice of conflict of interest on the former pacemaker.

The complainant, Sanjeev Gupta, claimed that Roger’s daughter-in-law worked for Star Sports, which held the home season media rights for Indian cricket. Saran asked the BCCI chairman to provide a written response by December 20 against the conflict of interest allegations.

“You are hereby notified that a complaint has been received under Rule 39(2)(b) of the BCCI Rules and Regulations by the BCCI Ethics Officer for violation of Rule 38 ( 1)(i) and Rule 38(2) of said Rules, constituting a case of ‘conflict of interest’ on your part,” Saran wrote in the notice dated Nov. 21.

“You are requested to file your written response to the attached complaint no later than 12/20/2022. Said response must be supported by a duly signed affidavit.”

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