Unruffled by the Supreme Court order prohibiting him from taking charge even on winning the election, under-pressure BCCI chief N. Srinivasan on Friday said he will stand for the Board's presidential polls in the Annual General Meeting in Chennai on Sunday. (Read: Lalit Modi happy with Supreme Court ruling on Srinivasan)
Speaking to PTI, Srinivasan said the court has not made a single observation which should stop him from seeking an extended one-year term as Board president at the end of his regular two-year tenure.
"Nobody has stopped me from contesting elections and attending the AGM. Before taking my comments, kindly go through the observations made by the honourable Supreme Court.