BCCI officials not involved in players' annual contract decision

Amitabh Choudhary who is discharging the duties of the BCCI Secretary said that he has not been a party to the new contracts that was announced for India’s cricketers.

The BCCI Secretary says no BCCI officials were involved in the process to decide the players' contracts.   -  GETTY IMAGES

Amitabh Choudhary who is discharging the duties of the BCCI Secretary as per the Supreme Court order of January 2, 2017 told Sportstar that he has not been a party to the new contracts that was announced for India’s cricketers — senior team, women and domestic players — by the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators.

“I can also say that none of the BCCI office bearers or members have been involved in this process of determining the Compensation. Moreover, I being the convenor of the Selection Committee, no meeting has taken place to discuss the particular matter," said Choudhary.

As BCCI acting Secretary, Choudhary has signed many agreements with players, but so far no document has been sent to him for sighting the Compensation package offer.

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