According to BCCI secretary Jay Shah, Sourav Ganguly has not quit as president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Shah’s reply comes after suspicion developed after a message sent by Ganguly to thank fans as he approached the 30th anniversary of his cricket career. In the message, he also said that he is “going to start something” “today” that he believes would “probably assist a lot of people.”

“The rumors that Mr. Sourav Ganguly will resign as BCCI President are false.” “We’re approaching some exciting times in terms of media rights, and my colleagues and I are absolutely focused on seizing the opportunity and protecting Indian cricket’s interests,” ANI quoted Shah as saying.

“My adventure with cricket began in 1992, and it will be 30 years later in 2022. Cricket has given me a lot since then. Most importantly, it has provided me with the support of each and every one of you, “Ganguly stated in his message, which he tweeted a screenshot of.

“I want to express my gratitude to everyone who has been a part of my path, who has supported me, and who has assisted me in getting to where I am now. Today, I want to begin something that I believe will benefit a large number of people. I hope you will continue to support me as I embark on this next phase of my life. ” According to PTI, Ganguly referred to the initiatives that Shah mentioned. Ganguly was elected President of the BCCI in October of this year. He has four months left of his three-year term.