Chetan Sharma, the chief selector of the Indian cricket team, has resigned from his post. He sent his resignation to BCCI Secretary Jai Shah. Jai Shah has also accepted his resignation.
Chetan Sharma Resign BCCI Chief Selector: BCCI Chief Selector Chetan Sharma has resigned from his post. He was recently embroiled in controversies due to the sting operation of a news channel. Chetan had mentioned many players of Team India in the sting. He also said many controversial things. Since then there was a crisis in his post. Now on Friday, Chetan submitted his resignation to Jai Shah, secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. According to the report, the resignation has been accepted. This was his second term as chief selector.
Former Indian cricket team player Chetan Sharma was removed from the post due to the poor performance of Team India after the T20 World Cup. But he was recently made the chief selector again. But he had to resign after the controversy over the sting operation. Chetan had revealed many big secrets regarding the fitness of the players in the sting operation. He also reacted to the relationship between the former BCCI president and the captain. He came into controversy after the sting and according to the report BCCI was also trying to take action against him. After this he had to resign. According to the report, Chetan has submitted his resignation to Jai Shah and it has also been accepted.
Significantly, in December 2020, Chetan Sharma was given the responsibility of the Chief Selector for the first time. After this he was removed from the post in November 2022. The Indian cricket team performed poorly in the T20 World Cup. This was the reason why he was removed from the post. But he was given this responsibility again.