NEW DELHI, April 12: The Bangladesh Cricket Board chief Nazmul Hasan Papon today said issues that India has regarding ICC�s proposed revenue model need to be sorted as a �weaker BCCI means weaker Bangladesh�.
The BCB chief, who is also a part of ICC Working Group, met CoA chief Vinod Rai today to discuss issues related to the ICC Board Meeting later this month.
�Everybody is trying to find a middle path and solve (the revenue structure problem) in a more amicable manner,� Hasan told mediapersons after his meeting with the CoA.
�We don�t want any member country to get hurt. Especially India as they have always supported us. If India becomes weak, we also become weak.�
However, the BCB chief is an advocate of equitable distribution of ICC revenue.
�I was a party to the decision when N Srinivasan was there and Big Three (India, Australia, England) concept was mooted. Look I believe we need a more equitable distribution but that certainly doesn�t mean, you take away India�s share. No, no that�s not what we want.�
Having said that, BCB supremo said there is a need to help member countries which are going through financial crisis.
Asked about the proposed changes in ICC�s governance structure, Hasan said different member nations have different issues.
�Not all of us had agreed on the governance structure. There are a lot of issues that others don�t agree and there are some with which we don�t agree. That�s why it was placed at the ICC Board Meeting for everybody�s observation,� he said. � PTI