The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) of BCCI will hold its first meeting in Mumbai on Tuesday, in which the process of selection of two national selectors will begin. According to the constitution of BCCI, the responsibility of the selection of selectors is that of a three-member CAC. But this committee has not held any meeting since its appointment on 31 January.
The committee comprising former Indian cricketers Madan Lal, RP Singh, and Sulakshana Naik will be shortlisting candidates for personal interviews. Madan Lal confirmed to PTI on Monday that he was going to Mumbai for the meeting.
“Yes, I am going for the meeting but I do not have any detailed information so far,” he told PTI. A BCCI source, however, confirmed that the meeting is being held to sort the candidates. The tenure of the selection committee chief MSK Prasad and his fellow member Gagan Khoda is over and the committee will choose their options.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, who did not go to Dubai for the Asian Cricket Council meeting due to the threat of the Novel Coronavirus, is expected to remain current at the BCCI headquarters on Tuesday.