BCCI elections will be held on October 23 instead of 22, Know the reasons
News Track 25 September 2019 14:16
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has given approval for the election of Assistant Secretary of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association ie TNCA. At the same time, the court said that the scale of disqualification will be limited to only those who have previously held the post of officials in the Cricket Association. The Committee of Administrators, the SOA, constituted by the Supreme Court, has changed its explanation given on 16 September. The Committee of Sakas (COA) has revised its clarification given on 16 September.
The COA said that this advisory has been issued after the Supreme Court order dated 29 September 2019, in which the apex court stated that disqualification is limited to only those who have previously served as Cricket Association officials. The last date for elections to the state associations has been extended to October 4, while the BCCI elections date has also been extended to October 23.
To coordinate with the various state associations and to conduct the elections of the member states unions as per the order dated 18 July 2016 and 9 August 2018 of the apex court, as well as if the Supreme Court wants to give some more decisions in the meantime. The COA has extended the date of elections for the state associations to four October 2019. Due to the assembly elections on 21 October 2019 in Haryana and Maharashtra, the BCCI elections will be postponed to 23 October 2019.