BCCI AGM On October 18, General Body To Select India’s Representative To ICC

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The BCCI has confirmed that its AGM (Annual General Meeting) will be held on October 18. According to a notification sent by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, the AGM will be held in Mumbai. Women’s IPL is one of the key items on the agenda sent to state associations on Thursday evening. Furthermore, the election of the office bearers is on the agenda: chairman, vice-chairman, secretary, co-secretary and treasurer.

High on the agenda is also the election of India’s representative to the International Cricket Council.

The two candidates as of now are 77-year-old former BCCI strongman N Srinivasan and 50-year-old current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. There are 29 items on the agenda.


Two representatives (one man and one woman) will be elected to the Apex Council of the Indian Cricketers’ Association (ICA). Two members of the General Body will also be included on the IPL Board of Directors.

All Standing Committees and Cricket Committees will be appointed, including the Referee Committee. An ombudsman and an ethics officer will be appointed.

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