'What if I had been 'elected' as BCCI Secretary during UPA?' tweets Karti Chidambaram on Jay Shah's appointment as BCCI secretary

‘What if I had been ‘elected’ as BCCI Secretary during UPA?’ tweets Karti Chidambaram on Jay Shah’s appointment as BCCI secretary

Sourav Ganguly is appointed as the chief of Indian cricket for next eight months.

Karti Chidambaram
Karti Chidambaram. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Today, Indian cricket was hit with breaking over the new BCCI President. With Sourav Ganguly being the top runners in the list. It is confirmed that Dada will occupy the seat after CoA ends its tenure. Every cricket fan was overjoyed by this unanimous decision taken by the council.

Sourav Ganguly, being the topmost cricketer was responsible to inject aggressive approach in his side. Alongside this, there were two more selections that drew the attention. Jay Shah, son of Indian home minister Amit Shah will be the secretary whereas State Union Minister Anurag Thakur’s brother Arun Dhumal is nominated as the new treasurer.

Political families blood coming into play has caught the eyebrows and is held under criticism. Many people came in a rage to oppose BJP and the opposition party member has nowhere held behind.

Karti Chidambaram reluctance over Arun Dhumal and Jay Shah selection

Karti Chidambaram is the son of former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram. His father is currently in jail going through a corruption investigation. He targeted Indian BJP supporters and wrote, “What if I had been ‘elected’ as @BCCI Secretary during UPA when my father was @HMOIndia (Home Minister), how would the ‘Nationalists’ n Bhakts have reacted? just asking” tweeted Karti Chidambaram, who is being investigated in a money-laundering case.”

Here is the tweet from Karti Chidambaram:

Later, this activity was caught by a fan and he took a jibe over congress member and quoted in his tweet, “Sharad Pawar the great all-rounder was till recently president of Mumbai Cricket Association. Lalu Yadav was BCA president. Congress MP Rajiv Shukla’s BCCI/UPCA Stint. CP Joshi in Rajasthan and Jyotiraditya Scindia heading MPCA and recently Gehlot too. Experience in cricket?”

Although Sourav Ganguly, who is the President of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) for the last five years but he will have to resign from the post as per the policy. His appointment as an Indian cricket chief will end after eight months from the appointment date. After that, he will have to go on a cooling period for three years as per Lodha reforms.

[interaction id=”5da07eca43a8074ee9c2089e”]