Jagmohan Dalmiya says Sanjay Jagdale will not withdraw resignation, is yet to hear from Shirke

Updated: 03 June 2013 18:58 IST

Jagmohan Dalmiya says while Jagdale (former secretary) has refused to withdraw his resignation, he is yet to hear from Shirke (former treasurer) who will let him know of his decision - one way or the other - in a day.

Jagmohan Dalmiya says Sanjay Jagdale will not withdraw resignation, is yet to hear from Shirke

Interim chief of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) - Jagmohan Dalmiya - spoke to the media on Monday. Here are the highlights:


* Initially, all members requested them (Jagdale and Shirke) to carry on. However, Shirke & Jagdale were difficult. 24 hours time was given to them to reconsider.

* As far as Mr Jagdale is concerned, he has said he will not withdraw his resignation.

* Mr Shirke , I tried to talk to him. We have not received any communication. We will receive the communication one way or other. I will wait.

* No one can deny the image of cricket has been tarnished but we can either cry over spilt milk or do something about it.

* If there is a vacancy, it will be filled up (regarding appointment of new treasurer and secretary).

* A decision will be taken on who'll represent BCCI in the ICC. I am entitled, it is my choice.

* This is no come back. It is temporary. One cannot shy away from responsibility. That is why I accepted.

* No one can deny the image of cricket has been tarnished but we can either cry over spilt milk or do something about it.

* (On continuing at the helm of BCCI) Who has seen the future? Let us get out of our present situation.



Topics : Cricket Board of Control for Cricket in India
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