Who will be the new Chief Selector of Team India? Many big names involved

New Delhi: After the defeat in the T20 World Cup, the BCCI sacked the selection committee led by Chetan Sharma. With this, the search for a new selection committee has started and many names are coming out who can become the next selector of Team India. The name of former cricketer Ajit Agarkar came up the previous day and now some new names have been added to this list. 

According to the report, former cricketer Nayan Mongia has told that he is going to apply for the post of National Selector. Apart from him, former cricketers Laxman Sivaramakrishnan and Salil Ankola can also join this race. The BCCI had recently sacked the five-member selection committee headed by Chetan Sharma. After this, the process of formation of a new selection committee started and applications were sought by the BCCI. 

What is required to become chief selector:-

1- Any player who has played 7 or more Test matches.
2- Have played 30 first-class matches.
3- Have played 10 ODIs or 20 List-A matches. 
4-  He has retired from cricket for 5 years.
5- Do not be a member of any committee of BCCI and can serve for the next 5 years.

Let us know that the selection committee will be selected by the BCCI for five years. Among the five members who will be elected, whoever is the senior player in terms of experience will automatically become the chief selector. In such a situation, which players participate in the race for the chief selector will be very interesting. 

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