Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday condoled a genocide of BCCI boss Jagmohan Dalmiya, and pronounced a maestro cricket director will be accorded state honours.
The 75-year-old boss of a Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), upheld divided around 9 pm in a city’s B M Birla Hospital where he was certified on Thursday after angry of chest pain.
Dalmiya’s wake will take place on Monday during a Keoratala crematorium.
“Dalmiya’s grant to cricket can't be described in words. It is unequivocally intolerable to realize that he is no more. we had talked to his family members when he was hospitalised on Thursday. They told me he was doing fine,” Banerjee, who rushed to a sanatorium immediately, told media persons.
“He was like a winning aristocrat who fought valiantly in a margin of cricket administration and currently he left us though remained undefeated. He had so many dreams about universe crater cricket. We will try to do those dreams,” she pronounced as a horde of former cricketers and officials of a Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) rushed to compensate their final respects.
“He was an asset… we are all unapproachable of him. We will give him state honours,” pronounced a arch minister.