Roger Binny was named the next president of India’s leading cricket organization on Tuesday, and Sourav Ganguly, the outgoing BCCI president and a great figure in cricket, has remarked on the nomination. One of his generation’s top batters, Ganguly, led the BCCI board for three years. During the BCCI’s annual general meeting (AGM) in Mumbai, Binny, a former cricketer for Team India, officially assumed Ganguly’s role as president.

Ganguly congratulated the recently elected BCCI president and emphasized their commitment to upholding the tradition. The main cricket organization in India is in superb hands, the outgoing BCCI president said when Binny assumed the position.

“I wish Roger (Binny) all the best. The new organization will carry this out. BCCI is in capable hands. Given the caliber of Indian cricket, I wish them success “Ganguly said to the news organization ANI on Tuesday. The timing of Ganguly’s remarks and BCCI secretary Jay Shah’s declaration that Team India, led by Rohit Sharma, will not go to Pakistan for the Asia Cup in 2023 is coincidental.

“We have decided not to go to Pakistan since it is typical for the Asia Cup to be staged in a neutral area. The 2023 Asia Cup will be held in a neutral venue, but we won’t comment on whether the government would let our team visit Pakistan because it is a government decision “Shah, the secretary of the BCCI and the president of the Asian Cricket Council, announced (ACC).

Binny has been elected as the 36th president of the richest cricket board in the world, with an estimated net worth of $2 billion. Shah was chosen to serve as the BCCI’s secretary for a second term, while Binny replaced Ganguly as the group’s president.