MCA threatens to sue BCCI

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:07 IST

The Maharashtra Cricket Association says it will sue the BCCI and ask for the elections for the Board President to be held again.

Chennai: The Maharashtra Cricket Association says it will sue the BCCI and ask for the elections for the Board President to be held again because the BCCI stopped one of their members from voting. One of their votes was disqualified because two members, both claiming to be the true representative, came to the meeting. Maharashtra Cricket Association D Agashe's vote was cancelled at the BCCI elections by outgoing BCCI chief Jagmohan Dalmiya after S G Thorve also claimed to be a representative of MCA. That one vote was actually crucial because if it had been allowed, Sharad Pawar says he would have been elected the President of BCCI.
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