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MCA President Amol Kale, who was in US for India vs Pak match, dies of cardiac arrest
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MCA President Amol Kale, who was in US for India vs Pak match, dies of cardiac arrest

| @indiablooms | 11 Jun 2024, 01:04 am

New York/IBNS: Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) President Amol Kale has died due to a cardiac arrest in the USA.

He watched the India vs Pakistan match live at the International Cricket Stadium in New York with board's office bearers on Sunday night.

Amol Kale was known as a close aide of Maharashtra Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis.

Kale was in New York along with MCA secretary Ajinkya Naik and apex council member Suraj Samat.

The 47-year-old Kale took over as the MCA president after defeating former India and Mumbai cricketer Sandip Patil in the elections held in October 2022.

Kale, a prominent businessman in the state, held the MCA president's post for 19 months.

Though he hailed from Nagpur, which is the headquarters of Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA), Kale was settled in Mumbai for over a decade and was invested in various businesses.

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