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Elaborating, he said it has been decided in principle that if any player will perform below par in international event will be ditched out and the selectors will not include him even in the camp probables.
Fellow England selectors Angus Fraser and Mick Newell will retain their positions for now and can apply for new roles, the ECB has confirmed.
Prasad, who first became a selector in Sandeep Patil's committee in November 2015, before taking over as chairman last year, can technically remain a selector till 2019 if he is granted an extension.
He is likely to move Delhi High Court on Monday against the cricketing body's decision to sack those selectors appointed by a panel set up by him.
You can order the new selector now or wait until the old one wears out.
Why is it not, therefore, obligatory for selectors to be present there, at least from the semi-finals?
The grit in the team is also attributed to the decisiveness with which selectors act.
A typical installation has 4 to 6 Selector Scales as part of a conveyor carousel packing line with raw material and part filled punnets being delivered to the scale operatives who after weighing place the finished punnets on an upper tier conveyor prior to going to the Sealer.
And now that Greg Chappell has been appointed as a fulltime selector in his new role as national talent manager, Cricket Australia will release one of their panellists in the next 24 hours.
Sources aware of the developments were quoted as saying that the chief selector and other selectors were not happy with the way the team management including the tour selectors had managed things so far in England.
Jaffer upset the PCB Chairman and chief selector, Mohsin Khan last month when the touring squad for England was announced from Sri Lanka.