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Boycotting Champions Trophy might throw India out of World Cup

BCCI wants 'Big Three' model working till JuneThe BCCI’s Committee of Administration (CoA) has restricted a portion of the board members to send a legal notice to International Cricket Council (ICC), the riot which arose following the cricket’s highest authorities meeting in Dubai where India had been submerged in voting to justify ‘Big Three’ model of revenue sharing. [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ ২০১৯, ২০২৩ বিশ্বকাপ থেকেও বাদ যেতে পারে ভারত]

The enraged reaction of BCCI was assumed before after the deprivation; CoA warned BCCI not to revoke Members Participation Agreement (MPA) because any such decision will throw India out of not only from the ICC Champions Trophy but also from World Cup.

As per the news, acting BCCI Secretary Amitabh Chowdhury called CoA chairman Vinod Rai to inform about some part of the board members keen interest to send a legal notice to ICC and whether it would flexible to take such decision or not.

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It can also be noted that considering the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) season, Amitabh Chowdhury, however, said it is not the appropriate time to send the notice.

Even the former BCCI President Anurag Thakur also spoke in favor of BCCI about sending the notice but CoA Chairman Vinod Rai made insisted speech to both Anurag Thakur and Amitabh Chowdhury against taking such precarious decisions.

Rai also said the notice could be sent if only all thirty member states unanimously voted in favor of the decision at the Special General Meeting (SGM). The SGM is scheduled to take place on May 7. The CoA also thinks taking hard measures will hinder the discussion with the highest authority of cricket.

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