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Jagmohan Dalmiya keen to correct mistakes due to spot fixing

Newly appointed BCCI interim chief Jagmohan Dalmiya said that he will do his duty and aim to restore the image of cricket for the future.

He added that banning after match parties and cheerleaders during the Indian Premier League and the strategic time-out might get scrapped too; these could be one of the solutions to scandal-free cricket according to him.

The BCCI's working group Chief Jagmohan Dalmiya on 4th June promised to do his best and leave no stone unturned to restore the integrity of the sport.

He added that Jagdale does not want to continue as secretary but there has been no communication with Shirke.

Due to the spot-fixing scandal, Jagdale and Shirke had both quit their positions as Secretary and Treasurer of the BCCI.

The 73-year-old Dalmiya said that he had the powers to fill up vacancies - in case both the secretary and treasurer refuse to reconsider their resignations - the vacancies will be filled up. He said that there are rules for this right from the President to down below and the rule book will be followed.

He added that they are yet to take a decision on India's representative at the ICC and he is the deciding factor on the matter.

Dalmiya was addressing his first press conference after taking over charge from N Srinivasan who stepped aside. He said he does not have any m******* that gives instant results. Dalmiya said that they do not have any magic to solve the issues but they will try their best to achieve the ultimate goal so that the good name of cricket is retained.

Dalmiya has previously headed the ICC and he is the deciding factor on the matter.

Dalmiya was addressing his first press conference after taking over charge from N Srinivasan who stepped aside. He said he does not have any m******* that gives instant results. In addition, he also mentioned that they do not have any magic to solve the issues but they will try their best to achieve the ultimate goal so that the good name of cricket is retained.

Dalmiya has previously headed the ICC, and is commonly recognized to be one of the leaders who laid the foundation for Indian Cricket to become the financial powerhouse it is.

Dalmiya said he would not be continuing for long but he is happy to serve cricket. He stated that he had been a responsibility under difficult circumstances and that it is not a comeback for him.

This is a temporary responsibility and he did not want to shy away from it.

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