Cricket Association of Bengal president Jagmohan Dalmiya called it a “sensible” decision for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to convene an emergent meeting of its working committee at Mumbai on April 20, in the wake of the Supreme Court order that forced N. Srinivasan to step aside as BCCI president.

“I am happy that better sense has prevailed and an emergent meeting of the working committee has been convened by the BCCI.

“In fact, there are some issues of serious nature that need to be discussed at the earliest,” said a release from Mr. Dalmiya.

“After all, it cannot be denied that the image of the BCCI has taken a beating of late.

“Therefore, it is of paramount importance to ensure that the BCCI’s image is restored in the eyes of the cricket loving public in India,” the former ICC and BCCI chief added in his statement.

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