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BCCI Secretary Jay Shah Confirmed BCCI Won’t Hold 2021’s AGM Before September 30

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BCCI secretary Jay Shah has knowledgeable all affiliated items that the board is not going to maintain this yr’s Annual Basic Assembly earlier than September 30 owing to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.

The secretary additional mentioned the members will probably be knowledgeable in regards to the date of the AGM as soon as determined. Within the letter, the secretary additionally knowledgeable the members of the Authorities Order which permits for the extension of the AGM.

Secretary BCCI, Jay Shah. Courtesy: Indiatimes
Secretary BCCI, Jay Shah. Courtesy: Indiatimes

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah Confirmed BCCI Received’t Maintain 2021’s AGM Earlier than September 30

BCCI’s 89th Annual Basic Assembly (AGM) happened in Ahmedabad on Thursday (December 24, 2020). Whereas the Indian board gave a inexperienced sign to the addition of two extra groups in IPL 2022 throughout the assembly, there was surprisingly no dialogue on board president Sourav Ganguly’s model endorsements.

“Owing to prevailing Covid-19 pandemic, the Tamil Nadu Authorities of their G.O.(D). No. 96 dated 30th June 2021 (“Authorities Order”) have prolonged the interval for a registered society below the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975, to conduct an Annual Basic Assembly for the monetary yr 2020-2021, by three months, from September 2021 to December 2021.”

Sourav Ganguly- Twitter
Sourav Ganguly- Twitter

“In view thereof, you’re hereby knowledgeable that the BCCI is not going to have its Annual Basic Assembly by 30 September 2021. We’ll hold you knowledgeable concerning the date of the Annual Basic Assembly,” he wrote.

The BCCI had held its 89th Annual Basic Assembly on December 24 final yr.

Pragyan Ojha who was nominated by the Indian Cricketers Affiliation (ICA) as a participant consultant, was inducted to the IPL Governing Council on the AGM. The Indian Board additionally elevated the restrict of reimbursement of insurance coverage medical claims of retired First Class Cricketers to INR 10 Lakhs. The retirement age of the BCCI affiliated umpires and scorers has additionally been elevated to 60 years.

BCCI Officers Had been In England To Witness Lord’s Check

The board officers had been lately in England to witness the second Check between India and England on the Lord’s Cricket Floor and the Virat Kohli-led aspect received the sport handsomely.

Sourav Ganguly (BCCI president), Manu Sawhney (ICC chief executive) and Jay Shah (BCCI secretary) pose with the T20 World Cup International Cricket Council
Sourav Ganguly (BCCI president), Manu Sawhney (ICC chief government), and Jay Shah (BCCI secretary) pose with the T20 World Cup Worldwide Cricket Council

The office-bearers additionally had a gathering with the gamers and training employees to debate the street forward because the crew will probably be enjoying within the T20 World Cup as soon as the UAE leg of the Indian Premier League is over. Whereas the T20 World Cup was initially set to be held in India, it needed to be moved to UAE with an eye fixed on the prevailing COVID-19 state of affairs and the monsoon season. The match will see arch-rivals India and Pakistan conflict on October 24.

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