Cricket News, BCCI Chief Medical Officer Abhijit Salvi resigns, know what was the reason – BCCI CMO Abhijit Salvi resigns, The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has resigned. He was associated with the BCCI for 10 years.
BCCI Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Abhijit Salvi has resigned for personal reasons. Salvi told PTI on Saturday that his announcement period ended on November 30, but he served until the second Test between India and New Zealand on December 3 (7).
His role in international cricket was significant due to the life-saving environment and frequent screenings of players during the difficult times of the Covid-19.
Salvi said, ‘Thank you to the BCCI for giving me this opportunity. I wanted to give this organization 10 years to move forward. At the time of Covid-19, it became a job like ’24 × 7 (available to serve all the time) ‘and now I want to give time to myself and my family.
Salvi was in charge of the BCCI’s age verification, anti-doping unit, and medical department. His resignation comes ahead of next month’s National Under-16 Championship (Vijay Merchant Cup).
Salvi had to travel with the Indian team on some tours including Australia and Sri Lanka. He also oversaw the medical arrangements for the two seasons of the IPL (Indian Premier League) and the T20 World Cup hosted by India in the United Arab Emirates.