New Delhi: N Srinivasan may not be in contention to be the next BCCI president, but he could have a definitive say in who succeeds Jagmohan Dalmiya.
The Tamil Nadu strongman is currently awaiting a Supreme Court green signal to attend the Special General Meeting, which is expected to be held within a month.
Accoring to a report in the Times of India, the ICC chairman controls 10 votes in an electorate of 30.
“Like it or not, we have the votes. It's not the time to flaunt or flex muscles, but the truth is whoever wants to become the president has to come to us.
Shukla was the first to propose Srinivasan's name for the ICC chairman's post. And though there is a perception that Srinivasan's equation with Pawar isn't the greatest, the two are in regular touch. At the end of the day, it's our group which decides who becomes the next BCCI president,” a source close to Srinivasan's camp told TOI.