Chetan Sharma, Head Selector of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has resigned from his position following the viral sting operation.
In the morning of Friday, February 17, 2023, the Board of Control for Cricket in India received some exciting news (BCCI). A sting operation conducted by the Board’s head selector, Chetan Sharma, recently went viral. He was shown in this video divulging several secrets. He has now resigned from his position. Meanwhile, it has been reported that BCCI Secretary Jai Shah has accepted his resignation.
Chetan Sharma’s first stint as a selector concluded with the 2022 T20 World Cup. Following this, he was reappointed as Chief Selector for a second term. His appointment was just for two months, but he has since resigned.
According to sources, the BCCI intended to give Chetan Sharma an opportunity to present and defend his case, but Sharma instead resigned straight to Jai Shah. Shah has also agreed to it immediately.
Chetan Sharma’s sting operation had caused quite a stir earlier in the day. He said stuff in this that caused him to lose his chair. Chetan Sharma’s sting operation included major claims against players including as Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah. Sharma further said that players receive injections to stay in the team despite being 80 to 85 percent healthy.
He was also believed to have a disagreement with team management regarding Bumrah’s comeback for the September T20I series against Australia. He stated that Bumrah was not fit to play at the time, yet he did.
Chetan Sharma also revealed a lot about former BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and former captain Virat Kohli. He said that former skipper Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly were fighting over egos. He also explained that Virat’s comments about giving up his T20 leadership before the South Africa trip was incorrect. On behalf of the BCCI, he was requested to consider the choice after vacating the T20 captaincy.
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