In 2015, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) formed a special advisory committee. Sachin Tendulkar, the legendary batsman, was kept in the special committee's membership. Former captain Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman were also kept in the advisory committee as a member with Sachin. The three former cricketers of the country are associated with three different franchises in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The cricket board, who has been involved with franchisees, has complained of conflict of interest against three 'high profile' advisors. Tendulkar is unhappy about the allegations made by the board.
This allegation of conflict of interest has not only happened against Sachin, the same allegation has been raised against VVS Laxman and Sourav Ganguly. Despite the important responsibility of the board, why are three legends involved with the IPL franchisees, as well as the allegations from the board. However, in response to the complaint, the BCCI official has replied to 13 points, Sachin Tendulkar, one of the best cricketers of all time. Laxman and Ganguly have also responded.
Responding to an official of the Indian Cricket Board's Ethics Committee, Tendulkar said that he is a member of special advisory committee, including Sourav and Laxman, on the Indian Cricket Board. But he does not know what his role in this advisory committee is to this day. The angry Tendulkar said he has been working as an icon of IPL franchise Mumbai Indians since he retired from cricket in 2012. The responsibility of the Advisory Committee was not unknown at this time of the board. The BCCI did not say anything negative about this while doing the duties. In other words, the Board has not been banned from participating in the IPL franchise.
Tendulkar overcame recent allegations in the letter written to the Board. He said that he had joined Special Advisory Committee with the intention of helping Indian cricket and the board to experience the experience of almost two years in the life of the player. But after this, he was angry and dissatisfied with the allegation raised by the board on behalf of the conflict of interest and he was dissatisfied.
It may be mentioned that Jagmohan Dalmiya was the first to consider the special committee after the reinstatement of BCCI President. In June 2015, the committee was formed with Anurag Thakur as its secretary. The purpose of the committee was to advise on improving the performance of Indian team in the overseas soil, maintaining the right to provide the players in the main squad by managing the U-19 and Indian 'A' teams properly. Apart from this, the plan was to develop the skills of spin bowlers and to balance the three different formats of the game. One of the key objectives for the formation of the advisory committee was also planned.