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It is a punishment to speak in the media without permission: BCCI

It is a punishment to speak in the media without permission: BCCI

T20 World Cup or Indian Premier League (IPL). Some people are saying that the World Cup is on the field and some people want the IPL to be postponed. The ICC and the BCCI are busy. If the BCCI, the most powerful cricket board in world cricket, wants, the World Cup may be postponed.

From now on, no staff will be allowed to speak to the media without the permission of the board. And anyone who disobeys this order and speaks in public or in public will be punished. “Many of our BCCI staff are being interviewed in the media,” said an e-mail sent to about 100 staff from the cricket academies in the Mumbai and Bangalore offices. It is against the employment contract and there is a risk of smuggling important information out of the organization.

It is normal for the BCCI to be discredited in such activities. So the board has given emailed notices to about 100 employees of the Mumbai and Bangalore offices to avoid media personnel.

The notice issued by the board said that speaking to the media without the board’s permission was against the agreement. There is a risk of spreading important information of the board.

However, this notice has been warned. Otherwise it will be brought under punishment.

‘He will be punished if he is involved in anything like that in the future. You may even be fired. But you have to do it with permission. ‘

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