Bindra urges ICC to probe BCCI chief Srinivasan
Former BCCI president IS Bindra on Wednesday appealed to the directors on the ICC’s executive board and its Development International Board to probe N Srinivasan for allegedly violating the Ethics Code of the governing body.india Updated: Jun 27, 2013 09:49 IST
Former BCCI president IS Bindra on Wednesday appealed to the directors on the ICC’s executive board and its Development International Board to probe N Srinivasan for allegedly violating the Ethics Code of the governing body.
In an open letter, which was released to the media in London, Bindra wrote: “It gives me great pain to write this letter, especially because the person who is at the centre of the controversy happens to be heading the same board of which I have been a member for the last 38 years and served as its President,” he wrote.
Bindra said Clause 2.1 of the Code clearly states that the directors shall act in an ethical manner and shall not engage in conduct that gives the appearance of impropriety and Clause 4.1 makes it abundantly clear that directors shall not use their position with ICC for personal gain.
In order to prosecute players, officials and franchise owners found guilty of corrupt practices in T20 leagues, the ICC’s ACSU is likely to recommend stronger anti-corruption laws to members. Sir Ronnie Flannagan, chairman of ACSU, will address concerns.
2014 WORLD T20 VENUES
The ICC is likely to deliberate on the venues for next year’s World Twenty20, scheduled to be held in Bangladesh. BCB recently raised concerns over the delay in setting up infrastructure to meet original deadlines. The members are likely to discuss options, perhaps moving the event to another country .
Transparency International Pakistan has urged ICC to investigate what it calls the ‘unconstitutional’ appointment of Najam Sethi as acting chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board.