Former India captain Diana Edulji on Thursday berated the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for its discriminatory policies and said the poor show at the World Cup is a clear indication that women's cricket is not progressing in the country.
"I think we are playing less cricket after we came into the fold of BCCI. I am sure if they had their way, if ICC was not there, then the women's cricket is absolutely on the down slide. The World Cup performance has shown," she said at the launch of former woman cricketer Shobha Pandit Mundkur's autobiography, 'Beyond Boundaries'.
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