BCCI top brass riddled in pass fiasco ahead of Mumbai T20I

Updated: Dec 23, 2017, 11:35 IST | PTI | New Delhi

The friction between the BCCI top brass and the Committee of Administrators (COA) again came to the forefront when the distribution of complimentary passes for the third India-Sri Lanka T20 International led to a tussle between the two sides

The friction between the BCCI top brass and the Committee of Administrators (COA) again came to the forefront when the distribution of complimentary passes for the third India-Sri Lanka T20 International led to a tussle between the two sides.

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As per the BCCI rulebook, the president is entitled to 50 complimentary passes, including hospitality tickets, the secretary has 75 and the treasurer gets seven passes for matches. What has come under scanner is COA's letter written a couple of months back "requesting" acting president CK Khanna and acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary to part with 25 complimentary passes each for the stakeholders during every international match.

The trouble however happened with Sunday’s India-Sri Lanka T20 International.

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