“It’s the time that BCCI should act and appoint (an) administrator on GCA to govern its functioning. If not BCCI then, at least (the) state (Goa) government should appoint the administrator,” Salkar told PTI on Thursday.
On Wednesday, GCA president Chetan Dessai, secretary Vinod Phadke and treasurer Akbar Mulla were arrested by police for alleged misappropriation of Rs 3.13 crore belonging to the organisation.
Salkar further demanded that the Cricket Board should immediately suspend the trio from their position.
“I am not demanding that entire body of GCA should be suspended. Only these three officials (Dessai, Phadke and Mulla) should go home. There’s a provision in GCA constitution to take such action,” he added.
According to the former GCA president, Dessai is also marketing committee chairman of BCCI and he should be suspended from that post also.The EOW had filed an FIR against the trio in connection with the alleged fraud of Rs 3.13 crore on June 3.