Today, the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) unanimously elected Dhanraj Parimal Nathwani to the position of president.
Nathwani, who formerly held the office of Vice President, will fill the vacancy created by Amit Shah, who previously succeeded then-Chief Minister Narendra Modi as GCA President.
Additionally, Hemant Contractor, Anil Patel, Mayur Patel, and Bharat Zaveri were named with immediate effect as the Vice-President, Secretary, Joint-Secretary, and Treasurer, respectively, by the GCA.
The largest stadium of its sort in the world, the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad is situated across 63 acres and has seating for more than 1.3 lakh spectators.
Nathwani, a devotee of sports and cricket, was instrumental in its development. Nathwani is a graduate of the Regent’s Business School in London, where he majored in international business.
He also holds an MBA from the National Institute of Management with concentrations in corporate law and public relations management.
The Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) oversees the growth and administration of cricket in the state of Gujarat, which consists of Ahmedabad, Kheda, Anand, Bharuch, Surat, Valsad (Bulsar), Gandhinagar, Banaskantha, Panchmahals, Daman, and Dadra Nagar Haveli, as well as 10 districts and a union territory.