Gandhinagar (Gujarat), Sep.15 (ANI): Ending the Congress party's domination of the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) by taking over the presidency of the outfit, state Chief Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that it would be his endeavour to professionalise the activities of the GCA.
Speaking to reporters after being elected unanimously to the post, Modi said that there was so much taking place outside and beyond the world of cricket, that he would use every opportunity and technical know-how to make cricket in Gujarat more market savvy and a better sporting entity.
Thanking all those who had elected him unopposed, he said that in the coming months and years he would do his best to improve the state of cricket in the state.
Modi replaced Narhari Amin as GCA president.
The GCA, affiliated to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), governs the game of cricket in Gujarat.
It is involved in the conduct of the game from the grass root level to the International level. (ANI)
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