Ajit Agarkar applies for national selector’s job, front-runner for chairman’s post
Former India pacer Ajit Agarkar on Friday entered the race for the national selector’s job and is a frontrunner for the chairman’s post. Agarkar, who is a former chairman of Mumbai senior selection committee, is in contention for the chairman’s post as the new constitution doesn’t have provisions for zonal system.
With BCCI setting January 24 as the deadline for sending applications, the 42-year-old Agarkar is certainly the post high-profile name with 26 Tests, 191 ODIs and 3 T20 Internationals, picking 349 wickets across formats.
Source: Hindustan Times