‘There is no resignation’ – Sourav Ganguly will remain head of BCCI, reveals plans to launch new educational app

On Wednesday night (June 1), Sourav Ganguly created a huge stir on social media platforms after his cryptic viral tweet became the talk of the town. In his tweet, Ganguly wrote: “2022 marks the 30th year since my journey with cricket started in 1992. Since then cricket has given me so much. Most importantly it has given me the support of you everyone. I want to thank everyone who has been part of the journey, supported me and helped me get to where I am today.”

“Today I plan to start something that I think will probably help a lot of people. I hope you will continue your support as I enter this chapter of my life,” he added.

Since then, many have been speculating about the former India captain’s next move as rumors swirled that Ganguly was set to step down as BCCI chairman and join politics. In the midst of all this, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah tarnished all these reports. “Sourav Ganguly has not resigned as BCCI chairman,” Shah told ANI news agency.

Now Ganguly has also opened up on his tweet and made it clear that he will not step down as BCCI chief. He revealed that he was about to launch a new educational app. “I haven’t quit. I’m launching a new educational app worldwide. There’s no quitting, nothing,” Sourav said.

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Currently, former Indian cricketer Ganguly is the head of BCCI, a position he took over in October 2019. Under his leadership, BCCI recently held the IPL 2022 edition entirely in India without any hassle and the overall efforts of the Board of Directors have been praised by many.

Ganguly’s statement is surely a sigh of relief for many of his loyalists around the world who want to see him continue as head of the Indian cricket council.

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