N.Srinivasan Feted by BCCI; AGM Deferred to November 20

Updated: 26 September 2014 19:01 IST

N. Srinivasan was felicitated for becoming ICC's first chairman. But the BCCI president, who has been stood down by the Supreme Court, is reportedly eyeing another innings as Board supremo.

N.Srinivasan Feted by BCCI; AGM Deferred to November 20
N. Srinivasan was present in the working committee meeting as a representative of the TNCA. © PTI

BCCI's Working Committee has postponed its annual general meeting to November 20. The decision was taken in Chennai on Friday. 

The decision to defer the AGM was unanimously taken until Mukul Mudgal Probe Committee's final report on IPL spot-fixing and betting is submitted in the Supreme Court in the first week of November.

The Committee also felicitated former BCCI boss N. Srinivasan on his appointment as the Chairman of ICC for two years from 28th June 2014. He was attending the meeting as a representative of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association.

The decision to defer the AGM is in the interest of Srinivasan, who is in running to retain the post of the president and is currently debarred from discharging his duties as the head of BCCI due to a court verdict.

Srinivasan is supposed to be nominated and seconded by two east zone states -- Odisha and Jharkhand -- being the two likely units which is headed by his loyalists Ranjib Biswal and Amitabh Chaudhary. Even Assam CA, CAB, NCC and Tripura CA are not going to swim against the tide at this moment.



Topics : Board of Control for Cricket in India Cricket
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