BCCI performing chief RK Khanna says resolution on WADA compliance can’t be taken except new common physique is shaped
New Delhi: The BCCI is unlikely to come back below the Nationwide Anti-Doping Company (NADA) ambit anytime quickly regardless of the fixed push from the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC), stated Indian board’s performing president CK Khanna.
BCCI performing secretary Amitabh Choudhary, who attended the ICC Board assembly in Singapore, has expressed his opinion which is opposite to board’s present stand.
Choudhary has reportedly stated that BCCI must be WADA compliant despite the fact that it has been vehemently opposed by the highest cricketers as they’ve severe reservations over the ”whereabouts clause”.
“The performing secretary had aired his view however that’s not the view of the overall physique of BCCI. I do not assume any resolution might be taken as regards to coverage except new common physique is shaped,” Khanna informed PTI on Saturday.
“I imagine even the CoA has determined to go away the matter to the overall physique. This can be a severe situation and the cricketers are the largest stakeholders in it. You may’t alienate them and take a choice in isolation,” Khanna stated.
The BCCI has at all times been cautious about being signatory to the WADA code as it will successfully carry them below the Nationwide Sports activities Federations (NSFs) umbrella. The BCCI additionally would not take authorities grants.
For ICC, getting BCCI to signal WADA code is essential because the world physique is pushing for the game’s inclusion within the Olympics.
Printed Date: October 20, 2018
| Up to date Date: October 20, 2018
Up to date Date: Oct 20, 2018