BCCI condoles demise of MV Sridhar

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday condoled the sad demise of former General Manager Cricket Operations, Dr MV Sridhar. Dr Sridhar, 51, passed away at his residence in Hyderabad after suffering a massive cardiac arrest. He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. He joined the BCCI in 2013 as General Manager and played an instrumental role in Cricket Operations. He served as the Hony. Secretary and Vice President of Hyderabad Cricket Association and represented HCA on the Board. Dr Sridhar twice served as a manager with the Indian Cricket Team and was recently asked to supervise the Indian team during the tour to West Indies. He led the Hyderabad Ranji team with great distinction during his playing days. He scored 6701 runs in 97 First-class games and also recorded an individual highest score of 366 for Hyderabad.