Manohar takles over as BCCI President
Shashank Manohar on Saturday took over as the new president of the Indian cricket board succeeding Sharad Pawar and N Srinivasan became the BCCI secretary at the 79th AGM of the apex cricket body in the country.
Manohar, who was chosen to succeed Pawar at the last AGM and served as its president-elect, was one of the five vice-presidents under Pawar, whose three-year term ended today. Mahendra Pandove, who was the joint secretary under Pawar, became the new treasurer.
The five vice-presidents elected unopposed were: Arun Jaitley, N Shivlal Yadav, Aridam Ganguly, Chirayu Amin and Lalit Modi.