Former BCCI president and veteran cricket administrator Inderjit Singh Bindra has decided to resign from the post of president of the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) after being actively involved in its running for the past 36 years.
Inderjit Singh Bindra, who played a pivotal role in India hosting three World Cups, has decided to withdraw from cricket affairs and as a first step he is likely to hand over the reins of the Punjab Cricket Association to fellow-Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer D.P. Reddy.
Former Indian cricket board president Inderjit Singh Bindra Wednesday brought to the notice of the directors on the International Cricket Council`s (ICC) executive board and its Development International Board the alleged violation of its Ethics Code by one of its directors Narayanaswamy Srinivasan.
Inderjit Singh Bindra, former president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has taken exception to the board imposing severe restrictions on players and by inference blaming them for all the ills in Indian cricket.
Former cricket Board president Inderjit Singh Bindra has in a passionate appeal to his buddy-turned-foe Jagmohan Dalmiya recalled the spirit the two showed in addressing some glaring inadequacies in the board administration and urged him to show the same zeal as interim chief in eradicating the ills in the system now.