BCCI Has Decided To Terminate My Employment, Says GM KVP Rao | Cricket News

BCCI Has Decided To Terminate My Employment, Says GM KVP Rao | Cricket News

December 24, 2020 Off By admin

The BCCI had it is Annual General Meeting on Thursday.© AFP

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) GM KVP Rao has been requested to go away and Rao thanked the board for giving him a chance to contribute to the gentleman’s sport within the nation. He additionally stated that it was the most effective day of his life because the termination will present him ample alternatives to additional his skilled expertise elsewhere. In a mail despatched to state associations, accessed by ANI, Rao wrote: “This mail is to inform you all that BCCI has decided to terminate my employment on 22nd Dec 2020, the best day of my life as this termination will provide me ample opportunities to further my professional skills elsewhere.”


He additionally thanked the BCCI state associations for serving to within the organisation of home video games, together with the 2018-19 season whereby greater than 2000 video games had been performed.


“I was the beneficiary of unstinted support from the office bearers and the employees of the state associations which really went a long way in delivering successfully whatever assignment was given to me. Delivering a successful domestic season 2018-19, more than 2000 matches, without support of the state associations unimaginable and next to impossible,” he additional wrote.

He additional wrote how he had at all times tried to be sincere to the job handed to him. “I tried to be very honest with my work and feel proud that I could contribute, whatever little way, in managing the assignments that were given to me by the BCCI, which includes two ICC World Cups hosted by India in 2013 (Women’s World Cup) and 2016 (ICC T20 World Cup Men and Women) as Tournament Operations Manager. Needless to mention that both the events have been conducted very successfully and professionally. I have learnt a lot during these 10 years which will serve me well in future,” he stated.

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