BCCI begins India Cements clean-up, Logistics Manager sent back
Updated - Mar 30, 2014 5:27 am
Menon Arathi Satish, the logistic manager of Team India is all but set to return from Bangladesh in a few days time. In a recent directive given by the Supreme Court of India, people employed under The India Cements Limited should have no indulgence in the activities of BCCI until further notice.
RN Baba, the media manager of Team India, taking part in the ICC World T20 2014 in Bangladesh was quoted saying as under:
I would like to inform all of you that Mr MA Satish (logistics manager of the Indian team) will be going back to India as soon as the replacement for him joins the Team. There has been a delay in the visa process for his replacement due to the weekend.
Incase the audience doesn’t know, let me make it clear that The India Cements Limited is owned by Narayanaswami Srinivasan, that also owns the Chennai Super Kings, a team at the centre of IPL spot-fixing scandal, also employs the captain of the Indian Team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
In a recent news, it was revealed that MS has offered to quit his position in The India Cements Limited and asked to be relieved from his duties of captaining the Chennai Super Kings. The decisions within the BCCI are being taken as per the directions of the court, that also appointed Sunil Gavaskar as the interim president of the BCCI.
Sunil Gavaskar has said in his recent press release that he had met the IPL Chairman and the management staff in Dubai and he was briefed by them on the different aspects of the 2014 season.