Sri Lanka’s entire cricket board was sacked by the Sri Lankan government after the 302-run loss to India in the World Cup. The names of the interim board members were also announced. But within 24 hours of that incident, the Sri Lankan court reinstated the old board.
After Sri Lankan Sports Minister Roshan Ransinghe sacked the entire board, the head of the board, Shammi Silva, appealed to the court. His complaint is that the sports minister has taken a decision outside the rules. He also denied the allegations leveled against them. The hearing of that application has started. The court ordered the two-week-old board to remain in charge for the time being during the hearing.
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As a result of this directive, the interim committee headed by Arjun Ranatunga will not be able to take charge now. The rest of the board officials have accepted their responsibility only after the court order. For now, they will run Sri Lankan cricket for two weeks. To see whether there is a change in the board after the court hearing.
Before the World Cup, the Sri Lankan Cricket Board faced a series of allegations of corruption. Even after that, the committee was kept in charge with the World Cup in mind. But the sports minister could not accept this team’s game in the World Cup. So he took strict action. Ransinghe asked the entire board to resign after losing to India by 302 runs. He ordered to apologize publicly. Ransinghe said, “They understand nothing but corruption. Betrayed the country. They should resign. They should publicly apologize to the people of Sri Lanka. They also demonstrated outside the office of the Sri Lanka Cricket Board.
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