Dhaka/Kolkata: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is likely to call an emergency meeting within a week to consider the imbroglio surrounding the Indian team's Bangladesh tour in June.
This follows Bangladesh's Mustafa Kamal quitting the ICC and blaming its chairman, N Srinivasan for his exit, a media report in Dhaka said yesterday.
A top BCCI official was quoted as saying Kamal's tirade against Srinivasan is perhaps forcing the Indian board to meet and discuss the situation, bdnews24.com reported.
Kamal quit Wednesday as the ICC president protesting against not being allowed to present the World Cup trophy on March 29, terming this a "flagrant violation" of the world body's constitution.
BCCI chief Jagmohan Dalmiya has refused to comment on the Kamal issue. The official said Srinivasan's supporters in the BCCI are trying to force the emergency meeting.
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