Sushant Ranjan
Patna, 17 April 2021: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to send a legal team to look into the administrative activities of the Bihar Cricket Association (BCA). The decision has been taken after a Supreme Council meeting held on Friday. The board also issued a warning letter to the president of BCA.

The BCA had organised a T20 cricket tournament without the permission of BCCI. In this regard, a letter was issued to the President of Bihar Cricket Association and he was questioned about organizing the tournament. The T20 tournament was played between March 20 and 26 in Patna.

According to media reports, the BCCI may soon send a legal team to Bihar to investigate the administrative activities of the BCA. Despite the BCCI’s order, the T20 tournament was organized, after which the BCCI decided to set up an inquiry committee. The BCCI may soon take major action in the case.

Significantly, Bihar Cricket League matches were played at the Urja Stadium in the capital. The tournament was inaugurated by Bihar Governor Fagu Chauhan and Deputy Chief Minister Tarkishore Prasad, Sports Minister Alok Ranjan Jha and other BJP leaders were also present. Former Indian Cricket Team Captain Kapil Dev also attended the program.