BCCI amnesty for ICL players, staff
by CricketArchive Staff Reporter
DateLine: 2nd June 2009
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to grant amnesty to 79 current players, 11 former Test cricketers and 11 support staff/ officials, who have severed their relations with Indian Cricket League and applied to the BCCI for rejoining the mainstream of Indian Cricket under the amnesty scheme offered by BCCI.
According to a BCCI release, the list includes former cricketers like Sandeep Patil, EAS Prasanna, Madan Lal, Rajesh Kamath, Karsan Ghavri, Pranob Roy, Ashok Malhotra, Rajesh Chauhan, Balwinder Singh Sandhu, Bharat Reddy, Atul Wassan and Ajit Wadekar.
The BCCI, after scrutinising their requests, has written to the concerned state associations that these players are eligible to play in the domestic tournaments for this year, the release said.
Guidelines with respect to participation in Indian Premier League will be intimated in due course, it added.