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New Delhi, Aug 5 (PTI) Cricket Board of India’s (BCCI) Ethics Officer Vineet Saran on Friday asked Mumbai Indians team owner Nita Ambani to file a written reply by September 2 to the allegations of “conflict of interest” against him. Former Supreme Court Justice Saran has replaced DK Jain as the BCCI Ethics Officer and Ombudsman. He issued a notice to Nita Ambani after receiving a complaint from Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association member Sanjeev Gupta. Gupta alleges ‘conflict of interest’ over the post of owner of Mumbai Indians
Former Supreme Court Justice Saran has replaced DK Jain as the BCCI Ethics Officer and Ombudsman.
He issued a notice to Nita Ambani after receiving a complaint from Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association member Sanjeev Gupta.
Gupta alleged that there is a “conflict of interest” over the post of owner of Mumbai Indians as she is a director of Reliance Industries, which had recently bought the digital rights of IPL through its subsidiary Viacom18 for Rs 23,758 crore.
Gupta wrote in the complaint, “As per the website of Reliance Industries, Viacom18 is its subsidiary. ,
Saran wrote in his order, “You are informed that the Conduct Officer of BCCI has received a complaint pursuant to Rule 39(b) of the BCCI against you alleging conflict of interest. You are directed to respond in writing on or before 2-9-2022. ,
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