BCCI ethics officer asks Nita Ambani to respond to conflict of interest allegations

IMAGE: Mumbai India Proprietor Nita Ambani with elder son Akash and daughter-in-law Shloka on the MCA stadium in Pune. {Photograph}: BCCI/IPL

BCCI ethics officer Vineet Saran on Friday requested Mumbai Indians proprietor Nita Ambani to file a written response by September 2 to battle of curiosity allegations levelled towards her.

Former Supreme Courtroom decide Saran, who changed D Okay Jain as BCCI ethics and ombudsman, served a discover to Ambani after receiving a criticism from former MPCA member Sanjeev Gupta.

Gupta alleged that Mumbai Indians proprietor has battle of curiosity as she can be a director on the Reliance Industries, which additionally just lately purchased IPL digital rights for Rs 23,758 crore by subsidiary Viacom 18.

 

“It’s submitted that RIL web site states that Viacom 18 is a subsidiary firm of RIL,” Gupta wrote in his criticism.

Saran wrote in his order: “You’re hereby knowledgeable {that a} criticism has been acquired by the Ethics Officer of the Board of Management for Cricket in India beneath rule 39(b) of the foundations and laws of BCCI, relating to sure acts, allegedly constituting “battle of curiosity” in your half.

“You’re directed to file your written response to the accompanying criticism on or earlier than 2-9-2022.” 


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