Jay Shah: Jay Shah gets another post; The president of this cricket association – bcci secretary jay shah appointed president of asian cricket council

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  • BCCI secretary Jai Shah got another responsibility
  • Jai Shah has been appointed President of the Asia Cricket Council
  • BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal shared this information on social media

Navi Delhi: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jai Shah has been abruptly appointed as the new president of the Asia Cricket Council (ACC). BCCI treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal shared this information on social media.

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Dhumal tweeted congratulations to Jai Shah on his appointment. Under his leadership, the ACC will make great strides and benefit the whole of Asia cricket. My best wishes to Shah for his work.

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Jai Shah will take over the charge of the Asia Cricket Council from Nazmul Hasan Papon. The Asia Cricket Council was established in 1983. The conference aims to promote cricket in Asia. The council currently has 25 members.

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Jai Shah, 32, is currently the secretary of the BCCI. He has been the Secretary of the BCCI since October 23, 2019. With BCCI president Sourav Ganguly currently in hospital, Shah is in charge of the BCCI. He is working on planning a Test series between India and England as well as a domestic tournament.

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Shah had announced that the Ranji Trophy would be replaced by the Vijay Hazare Trophy after the ongoing Syed Ali T20 tournament today. He said the decision was taken in consultation with the state cricket associations in the country.

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