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Anshuman Gaekwad resigns from CAC

Anshuman Gaekwad, on Wednesday (October 2), sent his resignation from the Cricket Advisory Committee to BCCI CEO Rahul Johri.
The former India opener said that he didn't wish to be a part of the CAC, which had appointed the head coaches of the Indian men's and women's team, after he learnt that the two other members - Shanta Rangaswamy and Kapil Dev - had resigned from the Committee.
"I decided to resign since was given to learn that Kapil Dev and Shanta had also resigned from the position and that Mr (Vinod) Rai believed that the committee does not exist," Gaekwad told Cricbuzz. "I sent my resignation just so that even if there was any technical ground on which the committee still existed, I didn't want to be a part of it."
DK Jain, BCCI's Ethics officer, had earlier sent a notice to Gaekwad over conflict of interest over his position of being a director in the Indian Cricketers Association while also being involved with the CAC.

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