N.Srinivasan Drops in at Jagmohan Dalmiya's Residence, Donates Rs 1 crore to NGO

Updated: 26 October 2014 22:34 IST

ICC chairman N. Srinivasan refused to comment on West Indies team's pull-out from the series in India that ended abruptly during his visit to Kolkata.

N.Srinivasan Drops in at Jagmohan Dalmiya's Residence, Donates Rs 1 crore to NGO
File photo of N. Srinivasan. © AFP

Kolkata:

ICC chairman N Srinivasan on Sunday dropped in at former BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya's residence for a brief "courtesy visit" while 103 of the 121 affiliated units of Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) felicitated the Tamil Nadu strongman.

"It was a courtesy visit by Mr Srinivasan to Mr Dalmiya's residence. Too much should not be read into the matter. Since this is his first visit after being appointed ICC chairman, the CAB wanted to felicitate him. 103 out of 121 units felicitated Mr Srinivasan," a senior CAB official told PTI here on Sunday.

Srinivasan, if cleared by the Supreme Court is all set to become the BCCI president with support from east zone states. (Also read: Lalit Modi Exit Orchestrated by N. Srinivasan, Says Ex-IPL Boss's Supporter)

It has been reliably learnt that CAB has already assured Srinivasan of their total support and is likely to be one among the proposer or seconder.

Srinivasan also took some time out to visit a well-known city-based NGO 'Refuge' run by BCCI's finance committee member and CAB treasurer Biswarup Dey.

Mr Srinivasan, in his own capacity donated Rs 1 crore to the NGO for working to give a better life to the under-privileged children.

"Mr Srinivasan got a touch emotional while visiting the NGO. He said that after the death of his father, his mother used to run an orphanage. He remembered the old days and said that Kolkata was like his second home," the official said.

Srinivasan also refused to comment on West Indies team's pull-out from the series that ended abruptly.

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