I can attend BCCI SGM but won’t give a headline: N Srinivasan

first_imgEven as the Supreme Court rendered N Srinivasan ineligible to attend ICC meeting as BCCI representative, confusion remained over the Tamil Nadu strongman’s participation in today’s Special General Meeting to discuss a five-point agenda.The Supreme Court has named joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary and CEO Rahul Johri as the two representatives at the ICC Annual General Meeting on April 27 and 28.”I don’t think there is anything that stops me from attending the SGM. But since you are asking me whether I am attending tomorrow’s (Tuesday’s) SGM, it is because you want a headline. You won’t get it from me,” Srinivasan said.Meanwhile, the SGM will now have a five-point agenda after the Supreme Court clarified on BCCI’s representatives.”The primary discussion will be on ICC Governance and Revenue structure. The pending legal issues and appointment of ombudsman will also be discussed,” a BCCI official said.The Committee of Administrators had asked the Supreme Court to nominate a BCCI representative at the ICC. It had also asked to clarify whether office bearers disqualified by the Lodha Committee’s recommendations could return as representatives of state associations or the BCCI.COA filed the application after former BCCI president Srinivasan and secretary Niranjan Shah attended the meetings ahead of the special general body meeting of the BCCI.Earlier, the crucial BCCI SGM was adjourned on April 2 as the board awaited the Supreme Court’s verdict on the eligibility of the members who could be present in the meeting.The meeting will start at 5 pm in the evening.advertisement(With inputs from IANS)last_img

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *