Chandigarh: Narayanswamy Srinivasan, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, can breathe easy.
Inderjit Singh Bindra, a former president, who could have caused Srinivasan some discomfort, won’t be representing the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) in the upcoming meetings of the BCCI.
The meetings being the September 25 SGM to ban Lalit Kumar Modi and the September 29 AGM, both in Chennai.
“It has been decided that M.P. Pandove, the honorary secretary, will represent the PCA. The president (Bindra) won’t be going,” a well-placed source told The Telegraph on Wednesday.
Bindra last represented the PCA during the hastily called June 2 meeting of the working committee, in Chennai. After that, Pandove has been their man.
Srinivasan was expected to go on June 2, but he actually came out stronger and is set for a third year as the BCCI’s top gun.