BCCI questions Shashank Manohar's position in tax battle with ICC
BCCI office bearers have questioned how Manohar having been at the helm of affairs in the board at that time decide to turn his back on India
New Delhi: The Shashank Manohar-led ICC has warned the BCCI that it will deduct a part of the BCCI's annual revenue share if it doesn't get tax exemption for the 2016 World T20 that was held in the country.
BCCI office bearers have questioned how Manohar having been at the helm of affairs in the board at that time decide to turn his back on India. Speaking to IANS, a senior BCCI official pointed out that it was Manohar who was the board president when the World T20 was played in the country in 2016 and having been well aware of the way the tax policy works in India, it was abysmal that the now ICC Chairman has decided to push the Indian board's back against the wall. "Shashank knows the facts better than the other ICC people because he himself was the BCCI president during the T20 World Cup and took all the financial decisions," the official said.
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