A high profile conflict of interest (COI) issue-related hearing will be conducted in Mumbai on September 26 by the BCCI Ethics Officer Justice (Retd) D.K. Jain, and attention will be on one of India’s most distinguished cricketers, Rahul David.
The coach and mentor of the India-A and U-19 was recently appointed Head of the NCA.
It has been alleged that Dravid is on the payrolls of India Cements, once-owner of the IPL team Chennai Super Kings. COI rules say that an individual holding a BCCI post cannot be part of any other party associated with BCCI’s activities.