Reportedly bcci President sourav ganguly on monday said the two replacements in the selection panel will be picked by the end of this month. Meanwhile the bcci has sought application to replace Chairman msk prasad (South zone) and Gagan Khoda (West Zone) in the five-member panel.
Furthermore the bcci recently formed the new cricket Advisory Committee comprising former india players madan Lal, RP Singh and sulakshana Naik. Ganguly said "The new CAC has been constituted and the new selectors should be picked by this month". Earlier, Ganguly had said that one who has played most no. of Tests and not the earliest to have played for india will be the next chairman of selectors.
Reportedly Ajit Agarkar (Mumbai), chetan sharma (Haryana), Nayan Mongia (Baroda), Laxman Sivaramakrishnan (Tamil Nadu), Rajesh Chauhan (Madhya Pradesh), Amey Khurasiya (Madhya Pradesh) are some of the prominent names to have applied for the two vacant posts. Moreover former india cricketers Laxman Sivaramakrishnan and Ajit Agarkar are the front runners to replace msk prasad as India's chief selector.