N. Srinivasan says he will seek re-election as BCCI president

President-in-exile N. Srinivasan can seek a year's extension as Board chief. He completes his two-year tenure this month. Shashank Manohar's name doing the rounds as BCCI members want former Board president to come in again.

updated: September 20, 2013 18:20 IST
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N. Srinivasan has said he will seek re-election as president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. The Board chief, who is in exile due to court cases against him and his Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings, is finishing a two-year term and can seek a year's extension at the BCCI annual general meeting in Chennai on September 29.

In the wake of the IPL related court cases against Srinivasan, there are murmurs of discontent within the BCCI. Reports say some members of the Board want former president Shashank Manohar to come in for another term. A section of the Board also wants Sharad Pawar to return.

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