'No AGM, BCCI Summons Working Committee Meet on September 26'

With Board of Control for Cricket in India deciding to convene a Working Committee meet, the Annual General Meeting is unlikely to be held on September 30 as rules demand for a three-week gap between the two meetings.

updated: September 07, 2014 15:26 IST
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The presence of N. Srinivasan is not mandatory to hold a meeting.


Chennai: The BCCI seems to have finally found a solution to the impasse related to its much-anticipated Annual General Meeting in an informal gathering of its members on Sunday where it was decided to convene a Working Committee meet on September 26.

"The BCCI AGM will not be held within September 30," an official, who attended the meeting, told PTI on condition of anonymity.

Sunday's meeting was a show of strength by under-fire BCCI president N Srinivasan, who has been forced to step aside due to the ongoing inquiry into the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal. Srinivasan's one-year extension is coming to an end this month but he is eligible for another term if he is nominated by East Zone, whose turn it is to elect the BCCI president.

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