New Delhi: Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) president and veteran BCCI administrator Sharad Pawar could be appointed as the International Cricket Council's first 'independent chairman'.
According to a report in the Times of India, the NCP chief's coronation is likely to happen in June this year.
The ICC on Thursday announced its decision to to scrap the controversial constitutional amendments, which gave executive clout and financial power to India, Australia and England, with its Shashank Manohar-led Board recommending complete overhaul of the current power structure.
In its first meeting of 2016 after Manohar took over as ICC Chairman, the world body's Board agreed that the current system, put in place by controversial former head N Srinivasan, needed to be done away with.
(With Agency inputs)