PATNA, Nov. 16 -- An advocate of the Patna high court and former chairman of the Bihar Cricket Association (BCA) media committee has sought action against two employees of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for agreeing to become managers of the Bihar Ranji Trophy and its under-23 teams.

Advocate Sanjeev Kumar Mishra has cited rules of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), following a Supreme Court order, which prohibits government servants from being office bearers or representatives of the Indian cricket board or an organisation affiliated to it. The Bihar Cricket Association (BCA), he said, was bound by BCCI rules.

"Manager in BCCI or the BCA is a professional post for which the BCCI or the BCA pays match fee, including travel...