Sachin Tendulkar well known as Master Blaster and former star player VVS Laxman is set to return in the cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) to be formed on Saturday, after resigning from their posts because of the conflict of interest claims.
According to a top BCCI official, Tendulkar and Laxman who both had resigned in July will come again in their roles in the CAC.
Current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, who was the third member of the CAC which was charged with the task of selecting India’s next coach at that time, had also resigned.
“Sachin and Laxman are probably to make a come back to CAC,” a top BCCI official told.
The BCCI led by Ganguly will carry its 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday at the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai, while the Apex Council meeting will take place on Saturday.
“The Committee will be set up at the Apex Council meeting tomorrow. CAC will attend a call on the selection committee also,” the source said.
The CAC constituting Tendulkar, Laxman and Ganguly had come under the scanner with the dispute of interest declaration being equaled against them in complaints before the BCCI Ethics Officer D K Jain.