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Rajeev Shukla appointed BCCI vice-president

Onkar Singh | September 30, 2004 13:20 IST
Last Updated: September 30, 2004 17:18 IST


In his first major decision, newly-elected Board of Control for Cricket in India president Ranbir Singh Mahendra appointed three new vice-presidents.

They are Rajeev Shukla from East Zone, Chirayu Amin from West and C K Khanna from North.

Khanna comes in place of Ranbir Singh Mahendra, who was elected BCCI president on Wednesday. He defeated Sharad Pawar in a close contest.

Former Test wicketkeeper Kiran More of West Zone will head the new selection committee.

The other selection commitee members are:Gopal Sharma (Central Zone), who replaces Sanjay Jagdale; Yashpal Sharma (North Zone), who replaces Kirti Azad; Vakkadai Biksheswaran Chandrasekhar (South Zone), who replaces Syed Kirmani, and Pranab Roy (East Zone).

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Why are they in hurry to appoint office bearers?. Waiy and watch. This election will be nullified by court. Then every one will raise their ...


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