Former BCCI Chief Jagmohan Dalmiya has been elected for a second stint as the chief of BCCI, taking control from N. Srinivasan. Anurag Thakur has resumed office as the Secretary of the BCCI. In other positions, TC Matthews was elected one of the five vice-presidents, while Amitabh Chaudhary (Jharkhand) and Anirudh Chaudhary (Haryana) were elected joint-secretary and Treasurer respectively. Jagmohan Dalmiya has previously held office at the International Cricket Council. The appointment of Jagmohan Dalmiya was well received by the critics and former cricketers who where tired of N. Srinivasan and his alleged involvement in Corruption Scandals. The Supreme Court barred Srinivasan from standing as a candidate for BCCI chief, although he can cast his vote, following its probe into a betting and fixing scandal surrounding the Indian Premier League (IPL). The court in January found Srinivasan guilty of a conflict of interest for having commercial dealings in the sport by owning an IPL franchise while he was also BCCI head. Srinivasan is the current International Cricket Council (ICC) chief. Dalmiya served as ICC president for three years from 1997 to 2000. Jagmohan Dalmiya is credited for changing the face of cricket in India in his previous stint as BCCI Chief. Jagmohan Dalmiya is a former head of Association of Cricket in West Bengal.