MUMBAI, April 21 (PTI): Former BCCI chief Shashank Manohar is “disillusioned” with the proceedings of the Board’s Emergent Working Committee meeting which he had attended as a representative of Vidarbha Cricket Association.
“I can’t disclose what happened at the meeting. All I can say is I was disillusioned with the happenings. I had gone there with the purpose of cleaning up the image of the Board in public domain, but I was disillusioned,” the 57-year-old Nagpur-based lawyer told PTI today.
Manohar was outvoted 14-1 at the meeting when hand count was taken for the nomination of RG Raghavan, ex-CBI director, as one of the three members of the panel that was formed (former cricketer Ravi Shastri and former Chief Justice of Kolkata High Court RN Patel being the others) by the Working Committee to probe into the spot-fixing and betting scandal in the Indian Premier League as per the Supreme Court’s directive.