Mahim Verma to Resign as BCCI Vice President

Mahim Verma to Resign as BCCI Vice President

Mahim Verma to Resign as BCCI Vice President

BCCI Vice President Mahim Verma is set to resign from his vice presidency in the BCCI upon being elected as CAU Secretary.

BCCI Vice President Mahim Verma had filed for candidacy for the Cricket Association of Uttarakhand (CAU) last February 28. Looking back, Verma stated that he’ll resign from BCCI if he wins for he cannot be holding two posts at the same time. 

On the recent elections held for the CAU, Verma won by 18 votes against Sanjay Gusai in the secretarial position. As he had promised, he stated that he’ll soon file his resignation with the BCCI. 

Verma shares his love for the Uttarakhand cricket as well as his desire to improve the cricketing infrastructure in the state. He also stated that the board will work as a team to improve the cricket standards of Uttarakhand. 

Meanwhile, the BCCI will hold an election for the vice-presidential post 45 days after Verma has officially resigned. Among those who are being eyed for the position is former IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla. 

Verma had been elected as the vice president of the BCCI in October 2019. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is the governing body for the well-renowned Indian Premier League. To know more about the IPL, head over to Betwala. 

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