Former Indian captain and Cricket Association of Bengal president Sourav Ganguly denied he's a leader to end up distinctly the Board president after the most recent unforeseen development at the BCCI.
Expelling the recommendation that he was running for the post of BCCI president, Ganguly said at the CAB office: "My name is coming up superfluously. I don't qualify. I have quite recently finished one year (as the CAB president) and have two more years left. I am not in the running (for the BCCI president's post)."
Asked whether the CAB would execute the Lodha Committee's changes, Ganguly said that the affiliation had no choice however to comply with the SC arrange.
"We are having an office-bearers' meeting tomorrow (on Wednesday) where we will settle on the future," he said.
The CAB has assembled a conference on Wednesday to examine the route forward.
The CAB boss said that despite the fact that few of the present authorities would be ineligible to challenge in the affiliation's surveys, there would be others to fill the void.
Ganguly said that CAB would hold its Special General Meeting simply after the lead of the third ODI amongst India and England at the Eden Gardens on 22 January.