Roger Binny
Archived photo of BCCI president Roger Binny

According to PTI, BCCI ethics officer Vineet Saran has requested a written response from Roger Binny by December 20 in response to the conflict of interest allegations that have been made against him.

Board President Roger Binny has been sent a Conflict of Interest Notice from BCCI Ethics Officer Vineet Saran. According to reports from PTI, Saran has requested a written response from Binny regarding the allegations of a conflict of interest by the 20th of December. Sanjeev Gupta, the complainant, claims that Binny has a conflict of interest because his son-in-law works for Star Sports, which owns the media rights to Indian cricket during the home season.

Please be advised that the Ethics Officer of the BCCI has received a complaint alleging that you have engaged in a “conflict of interest” in violation of Rules 38(1)(i) and 38(2) of the Rules and Regulations of the BCCI.

By this 20th day of December in the year 2022, you are thus notified that you must submit a written response to the complaint attached hereto. Saran noted in the notification dated November 21 that the affidavit supporting the aforementioned response was required.

Binny, a World Cup victor, succeeded Sourav Ganguly as India’s captain and became the 36th president of the BCCI that October. For India, the 67-year-old batted in 27 Tests and Twenty20 Internationals.

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