Former Supreme Court judge D.K. Jain is given a one-year extension by the BCCI to serve as BCCIs Ethics Officer and Ombudsman. He was initially appointed by the Supreme Court in February 2019 as BCCI's Ombudsman and later on handed the role of Ethics Officer. Jain's term had ended in the last week of February. During his previous tenure as ombudsman and ethics officer, Jain had heard cases pertaining to the remarks made by K.L. Rahul and Hardik Pandya on a chat show, 'conflict of interest' cases which involved former Cricket Advisory Committee members Sachin Tendulkar, current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and V.V.S. Laxman and a similar complaint against Kapil Dev which was later rendered "infructuous".