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BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Nita Ambani vs BCCI: The man who filed 21 conflict of interest cases in the last six years, Sanjeev…

BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Nita Ambani vs BCCI: The man who filed 21 conflict of interest cases in the last six years, Sanjeev Gupta has relented. His latest conflict of interest allegation forced BCCI Ethics Committee to explain Nita Ambani’s position. Gupta also filed complaints against Sourav Ganguly, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal in the past. But in a mail to Supreme Court, he has withdrawn all complaints. Follow Indian Cricket Live Updates on InsideSport.IN.

In his mail, he said to  “safeguard my health and life”, he decided to take the step. It should be noted that his latest target was Nita Ambani.

“Unforeseen ugly incidence [sic] occurred on 20 Aug 2022, which deteriorated my health issues drastically, thus said unforeseen ugly incidence have compelled me to leave at once my 6 & ½ years selfless pure intent for letter & spirit compliance of The Law of the Land, The Supreme Court of India verdicts, Lodha Reforms, BCCI Constitution, to safeguard my health & life,” Sanjeev Gupta wrote a mail to Supreme Court with copies to BCCI and media houses.

BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Sanjeev Gupta withdraws all Conflict of Interest complaints including against Nita Ambani for ‘Threat, humiliations & harassment’

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BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Sanjeev Gupta withdraws all Conflict of Interest complaints for ‘Threat, humiliations, harassment’, Nita Ambani, Indian Cricket
Sanjeev Gupta was a member of Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association. He turned into an activist

The former Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) member alleged that Nita Ambani had a conflict of interest as the owner of Mumbai Indians. The reason is the Reliance-backed Viacom18 acquiring IPL Media Rights (Digital). It forced BCCI Ethics Officer Vineet Saran to ask Nita Ambani for an explanation by September 2.

BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Who are Sanjeev Gupta’s target?

  • Sourav Ganguly (4 complaints)
  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • VVS Laxman
  • Arun Dhumal (2)
  • Virat Kohli
  • MS Dhoni
  • Kapil Dev
  • Anshuman Gaekwad
  • Shantha Rangaswamy
  • Gautam Gambhir
  • Sandeep Patil

BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Sanjeev Gupta withdraws all Conflict of Interest complaints including against Nita Ambani for ‘Threat, humiliations & harassment’

BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Sanjeev Gupta withdraws all Conflict of Interest complaints for ‘Threat, humiliations, harassment’, Nita Ambani, Indian Cricket
Sanjeev Gupta filed conflict of interest complaints against Rahul Dravid, Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni

BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Sanjeev Gupta withdraws all Conflict of Interest complaints including against Nita Ambani for ‘Threat, humiliations & harassment’

Sanjeev Gupta’s all 21 complaints are still pending at the Supreme Court. But the mere words ‘Conflict of Interest’ have forced Sachin Tendulkar to stay away from taking any position at the BCCI or NCA. Similarly, Rahul Dravid was reluctant to take up the NCA Director job due to the same. Eventually, he had to step down from his position at India Cements, which owns Chennai Super Kings.

The conflict of cases became a regular thing in Indian cricket when the Supreme Court overhauled BCCI’s constitution back in 2016 as per RM Lodha’s recommendations. As per the recommendations, cricketers, BCCI office-bearers or state association officials cannot hold two positions that can be abused to take help the other.

With the amount of conflict of interest complaints, many had shied away from taking the role of CAC (Cricket Advisory Committee) that helps BCCI select coaches. However, Gupta who took BCCI by storm, has gone off the limelight.

“Nothing of mine was at stake. It was Supreme Court of India verdicts sanctity & compliance was at stake. I selflessly without any vested interest combated day & in day out since 4th Jan 2016, when Lodha Committee submitted their Lodha Reforms Report to Supreme Court of India , I entered with empty hands on 4 Jan 2016 with sole pure intent of compliance of Supreme Court verdicts & on 20 Aug 2022 I exited with empty hands only,” Sanjeev Gupta wrote in his mail, a copy of which was sent to Indian Express.

BCCI Conflict of Interest Row: Sanjeev Gupta withdraws all Conflict of Interest complaints including against Nita Ambani for ‘Threat, humiliations & harassment’

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