BCCI has given green light to Indian Cricketers’ Association, a body established as per the board’s new constitution to look after the interest of former players.

The ICA is not affiliated to Federation of International Cricketer’s Association and is only open to former men and women cricketers, unlike the players’ associations in most centuries.

An official notice from Board of Control  stated, “The Board of Control for Cricket in India hereby formally recognizes the Indian Cricketers’ Association (the ICA), a non-profit company limited by guarantee incorporated on July 5, 2019 under Section 8 of the companies act, 2013, as the official association for ex-cricketers in India.”

“It is clarified that, until further notice of the BCCI, no entity other than the ICA will be accorded recognition by the BCCI as an association of ex-cricketers.” It concluded.

The functioning of ICA will be independent of Board of Control’s functioning and the association will have to generate its own funds even though the board will provide some initial guards.

Former India cricketers Kapil Dev, Ajit Agarkar and Shantha Ranagaswamy are the directors at ICA and will hold their positions until elections are held.


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