Srinivasan set to become BCCI president-elect at AGM

Updated: 28 September 2010 10:02 IST

N Srinivasan, currently the Cricket Board's secretary, is all set to be elevated as the next president-elect at the BCCI's 81st Annual Meeting.

Srinivasan set to become BCCI president-elect at AGM

Mumbai:

N Srinivasan, currently the Cricket Board's secretary, is all set to be elevated as the next president-elect at the BCCI's 81st Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.

As per BCCI's rotation policy, it is the turn of south zone, to which Srinivasan belongs, to take over the reins of the Board next year after the turn of central zone.

The Board's general body is also expected to oust suspended Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi from his post of vice-president from the central zone with Rajiv Shukla being the front-runner to replace him.

All the current office bearers of the Board, including president Shashank Manohar and secretary Srinivasan, are well-poised to be elected unopposed for another year in the two plus one system of governance adopted by the BCCI.

The list includes treasurer M P Pandove and joint secretary Sanjay Jagdale. All of them have completed two years in their posts and have to be re-elected for the third year.

While Arun Jaitley (north), N Shivlal Yadav (south) and Arindam Ganguly (east) are set to retain their seats, Chirayu Amin (west) has to give way to another person from the same zone after having completed his term.

Through an amendment to its memorandum of rules and regulations, which is to be done at the AGM, the BCCI is also set to bring the IPL Governing Council's tenure to one year like all its other sub-committees. Its tenure originally is for five years.



Topics : Cricket
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