On his social media site, Sourav Ganguly said today I plan to start something I think will help a lot of people. I hope you will continue to support me as I enter this chapter of my life. There has been new speculation about former Indian cricket team president and B.C.C.I. President Sourav Ganguly. There are rumours that Sourav may step down as B.C.C.I. President. This guess started after writing on Twitter by Sourav in which he wrote that I plan to start something that I think will help a lot of people. I hope you will continue to support me as I enter this chapter of my life.
Following Sourav's tweet, discussions about his resignation began on social media. However, while speaking to ANI, B.C.C.I. Secretary Jay Shah said Sourav would not resign from his post as B.C.C.I. President. The B.C.C.I. order will remain in Dada's hands in this situation. Recently, Interior Minister Amit Shah, present at a program organized by the Department of Culture at the Victoria Memorial in Kolkata, also met with Sourav. Meanwhile, the Interior Minister had arrived at Sourav's house, and they were both having dinner there. Meanwhile, Suvendu Adhikari and many other B.J.P. leaders also attended the dinner. Sourav Ganguly is listed among the most successful Indian captains.
Ganguly has played 113 Tests and 311 One Day Internationals in India. Stable left-handed batsman Sourav Ganguly scored 7212 runs in 42.17 Test matches, including 16 hundred and 35 half-centuries. At the same time, 11363 runs were recorded in his name on One Day International at an average of 41.02. In the ODIs, the Ganguly bat has 22 m and 72 half-centuries. Sourav Ganguly has captained India in 49 Tests and 147 ODIs. The player, known as 'Dada', took the team to the point where they could win abroad. For Ganguly, captain, Team India reached the finals of the 2003 World Cup. At the same time, India won the joint Champions Trophy in 2002.