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Bhishen Bedi and Azad backed by Olympians to oversee reforms in BCCI

 Agencies |  2017-01-05 23:06:48.0  |  Mumbai

Hailing the decision of the Supreme Court to appoint a two-member committee to oversee reforms in the Cricket Board after the removal of two top BCCI officials, some Olympians and Arjuna Awardees from other disciplines, on Wednesday, backed ex-cricketers Bishen Singh Bedi and Kirti Azad to undertake the task.

“Kirti Azad and Bishen Bedi are amongst the two most eminent cricketers and administrators who have done yeoman service to the game of cricket by helping in the clean-up of the BCCI and should be first choices for being made members of the proposed committee to be suggested by Shri Anil Divan and Shri Gopal Subramanian,” they said further. “We request the Honourable Supreme Court to kindly nominate Bishen Bedi and Kirti Azad, two experienced and fearless cricketers, in the proposed committee which will signal major reforms in BCCI and other sports in due course,” they added.

Among those backing Bedi and Azad were hockey Olympians Ashok Kumar, MK Kaushik, Gurbax Singh, 
Balbir Singh, Joaquim Carvalho, athletes Ashwini Nachappa, Reeth Abraham, Vandana Rao and Edward Sequeira, swimmer Nisha Millet and shuttler Jwala Gutta. 



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