On October 18, the Board of Control for Cricket in India will hold its annual general meeting. The recent Supreme Court ruling will be the subject of numerous significant changes at the BCCI’s first AGM following that. The fate of Sourav Ganguly is the key issue at this BCCI meeting. According to a report in the English-language publication Indian Express, Jay Shah may take over as BCCI President in the future.
The BCCI’s annual general meeting was really scheduled for the final week of September. However, the AGM will now take place on October 18 due to the significant decision that must be made about Sourav Ganguly. Cricbuzz said that AK has resumed her duties as an electrical officer and that she would also issue a notification to that effect.
The BCCI secretary will shortly send a notification regarding the AGM, according to a Cricbuzz report. Additionally, it is stated in the paper that BCCI elections for all positions would take place the day after the AGM.
According to an earlier Indian Express article, Jay Shah might succeed Sunil Gavaskar as BCCI president. Jay Shah was credited in the report for winning the backing of 15 state cricket bodies. Due to Jay Shah’s entry into the race, Sourav Ganguly’s term as BCCI President may be coming to an end.
Let us notify you that Sourav Ganguly was dramatically elected BCCI President for a nine-month term in October 2019. But Sourav Ganguly held the position of President for an additional three years while the BCCI constitution was on appeal in the Supreme Court.
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