Ganguly said, ‘If I contested, two or more people would not get any position, so I withdrew. I was supposed to be elected unopposed but I felt it wasn’t right. They (CAB office bearers) will work for the next three years and we will see after that.
Let us tell you that recently Ganguly has resigned from the post of BCCI president. Former cricketer Roger Binny has been made the new BCCI boss in his place. Although Ganguly did not want him to step down, most members of the State Cricket Association were unhappy with him, which forced him to step down.
Meanwhile, it was being said that he will present his candidature for the post of ICC president but other BCCI officials supported the current president. Due to this, Ganguly did not put his candidature there as well.
Ganguly, one of the most successful captains of Team India, had talked about returning to Bengal cricket, but now it does not seem to be happening.