NEW DELHI (Web Desk) – India’s former BCCI head Srinivasan has been removed from the position of International Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman, reported Indian media on Monday.

The decision was taken during a session of BCCI’s general council. The meeting also agreed to appoint Ethics Ombudsman in BCCI and ICC.

Reports further said that Shashank Manohar will replace Srinivasan in the seat.

It is also pertinent to be mentioned here that former BCCI chief Srinivasan was previously ordered to quit BCCI office by a special commission of Indian Supreme Court which probed into allegations of corruption and match fixing in Indian Premier League (IPL).