New Delhi, (UNI) The Board of Directors (COA) appointed by the Supreme Court to administer the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) will close on October 23 next month. The three-member committee, chaired by former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Roy, will take leave of office at the BCCI’s general annual meeting on October 23, said Vinod Rai, chairman of the committee.
Roy himself affirmed that yes, just as the same COA quit after the Delhi and District Cricket Association elections, when the new board of directors will be elected after the election of the board, The apex court had in January 2017 stamped on the recommendations of Judge RM Lodha Committee for infrastructure reforms in the BCCI, after which the four members were responsible for implementing the recommendations in the BCCI.
The committee was delegated, chaired by former CAG opinion. The committee was made up of historians Ram Chandra Gaha, former woman captain Diana Adelji and Vikram Lamai, although Guha resigned from the committee. The COA has been managing the BCCI for almost 33 months and several important ones. Its role in decisions has been.
After its election on October 23, the day of the BCCI’s annual general meeting, the COA is now going to relinquish its operator role. According to the new constitution of the Haryana Cricket Association’s BCCI elections. Regarding the rent, Haryana has not yet sent its constitution. But Tamil Nadu has sent.
Maharashtra is also working according to the BCCI constitution. The COA recently issued a notice stating that one day has changed on the date of the elections. He said that assembly elections are going to be held in Haryana and Maharashtra on October 21, which we have seen in the BCCI elections. Has decided to take a day off, which will now take place on October 23.