Bihar Cricket Association
The tournament is scheduled in Patna from March 21-27 with five franchises.

The Bihar Cricket Association on Saturday proceeded to auction its players without obtaining the necessary approvals from the BCCI.

The disputed Bihar Cricket Association (BCA) has again found itself in the muddy waters after conducting an auction for an “unlicensed” Bihar Cricket League (T20) before getting a green light from the BCCI. The Anti Corruption Unit of the BCCI has already recommended that the BCCI should have strict guidelines before any franchise-based state T20 league is green-lighted and without receiving the necessary approvals at the BCA’s auction of its players on Saturday She moved forward.

The tournament is scheduled in Patna on 21-27 March with five franchises Angika Avengers, Bhagalpur Bulls, Dharbhanga Diamonds, Gaya Gladiators, and Patna Pilots.

The matches would be broadcast on a private sports channel and the bid was kept at Rs 50,000 per player.

A senior BCCI official said, “As far as I know, no approval has been given to the Bihar Cricket Association (BCA) to organize any T20 league on the evening of 28 February. Which state-based league restrictions Are private too, told PTI on conditions of anonymity.

In fact, BCA President Rakesh Tiwari was very angry when PTI questioned him about moving ahead of the auction before he had the necessary letter of approval to conduct such a tournament.

Tiwari said, “We had sought permission from the BCCI but we have not received any reply yet.”

But the BCA could not wait for the papers because after all the controversies in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) the BCCI has not cleared for more than a month already? “I’ll talk to you tomorrow,” Tiwari replied.

When asked by Elite Sports boss Nishant Dayal, who is helping the BCA organize the tournament, he told that the state body had sought permission from the BCCI on 22 January.

“The request letter to the BCCI was sent by the Bihar Cricket Association on 22 January as per the norms of the parent body, which is required to send its application to any state board to conduct such league 45 days before the tournament starts. . We also wrote. Dayal said that BCCI has an ACU unit to help him in the smooth and fair conduct of the tournament.

Former Karnataka and India A wicketkeeper-batsman CM Gautam and former IPL player Abar Kazi were arrested on charges of fixing in Karnataka Premier League games.

In some of these televised state league games, betting patterns have been unusual at times, and once a UK firm stopped taking bets after detecting unusual patterns in a game.

It is also interesting that now it has been five weeks for BCA to apply for permission and it has not been approved yet.

Former India players Madan Lal and Saba Karim, who were till recently the GM (Cricket Operations) of the BCCI, attended the auction program on Saturday.

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