Anti-N. Srinivasan Camp Picking Up Momentum; May ask for Special General Meeting

N. Srinivasan is seeking another term as BCCI president but can't contest till he is cleared by the Supreme Court which is examining a report on corruption in IPL.

Updated: November 15, 2014 11:52 IST
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N Srinivasan and Shivlal Yadav at the MAK Pataudi lecture.


Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. N. Srinivasan is desperately trying to win a second innings as BCCI president to retain his power as chairman of the International Cricket Council. But there could be hurdles to surmount and the biggest one can come from two former presidents. (Srinivasan is BCCI's Back-Seat Driver: Manohar)

The BCCI's decision to once again postpone its Annual General Meeting by four weeks is a clear indication that it wants Srinivasan to get the top court's clean chit and then contest. Former president Shashank Manohar has already pointed out that a second postponement is unconstitutional and is being done to suit Srinivasan. (AGM Postponed)

Sources say the God-fearing Srinivasan, who strongly believes in astrology, wants the AGM to be held on December 17. But a lot will depend on what the Supreme Court says on November 24 when the Mugdal report comes up for discussion again. (Srinivasan, Meiyappan Named in Report)

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