BCCI arch Jagmohan Dalmiya clarifies position on Dhoni’s ‘conflict of interest’ issue

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Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) boss Jagmohan Dalmiya on Saturday simplified his stance, observant he was misquoted per a news that a Indian cricket ruling physique is probing a country’s singular overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni for an purported dispute of interest.

File print of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. APFile print of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. AP

File print of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. AP

The assign opposite Dhoni arises due to his organisation with sports government organisation Rhiti Sports Management Private Limited. The association manages Dhoni, Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja among other cricketers and also handles selling for Indian Premier League (IPL) group Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Dhoni is also a skipper of a IPL side.

The association was started by Arun Pandey, who is believed to be Dhoni’s friend. Dhoni reportedly owns a 15 percent share in a company.

A media news on Friday pronounced that a BCCI has shaped a three-member cabinet to examine a matter. Dalmiya and cricket administrators Jyotiraditya Scindia and K.P. Kajaria are on a committee.

The news quoted Dalmiya as confirming a development, with a BCCI boss observant a matter is being looked into by a disciplinary committee. He pronounced a BCCI would usually make an proclamation per a emanate after a committee’s report.
Dalmiya on Saturday retracted from a criticism attributed to him.

“It appears that we have been misquoted as distant as Mahendra Singh Dhoni is concerned. we had pronounced that a theme matter of disciplinary record opposite Ajit Chandila is currently tentative for final preference before a Disciplinary Committee of a Board,” he pronounced in a BCCI statement.

“When we was asked about Dhoni’s impasse with M/s Rhiti Sports, we usually pronounced that we intend to exercise a preference of a BCCI progressing performed in 2013 when we had chaired a Working Committee Meeting of a BCCI on Jul 28, 2013 during Taj Bengal Hotel in Kolkata that all players would have to contention declarations on their involvement/interest in any sports government companies, if any.”

Dhoni was a theme of most conjecture dual years ago per his impasse with a company. Rhiti Sports had settled behind afterwards that Dhoni had hold a shares for a brief duration and he is no longer a partial owners of a company. But a Ranchi-based cricketer’s impasse with Pandey in several other business interests lifted several questions per the status.

IANS

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