The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday appointed Heman Amin as its chief operating office, as a temporary replacement for Rahul Johri.

Hemang Ami is the current chief operating officer of the Indian Premier League but has been named interim CEO of the Indian board, with which he has been with for the last 7 years.

Amin has served as Assistant General Manager (Finance, Commercial and Events) at the BCCI and was recognised for successfully handling the management and operations of the IPL.

“Until a new CEO takes over, the board has asked Amin to handle CEO’s role for an interim period.

"The board will discuss on the appointment of new CEO, advertisement will be given and applications will be invited for the post in coming days. A new CEO will only take charge after nearly two months,” sources in the BCCI said.

Rahul Johri, who joined the BCCI in 2016, had put in his papers after the Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) made way for the Sourav Ganguly-led set-up the run the world's richest cricket board last year.

Johri's resignation however, was accepted only on Tuesday. He had put in his papers on December 27 despite his contract running till 2021.
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