The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is set to appoint an ethics officer to look into matters concerning conflict of interest which has bedevilled Indian cricket in recent years.
"All issues regarding conflict of interest will be referred to ethics officer appointed by the BCCI. He will be appointed soon. A lot of complaints regarding conflict of interest have been received," said Vinod Rai, chairman of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (COA).
Ramachandra Guha, the historian who recently tendered his resignation from the CoA, had raised the conflict of interest issue, citing several examples while coming down hard on the BCCI for failing to address the concerns.
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