The Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) Annual General Meeting (AGM) has been deferred inconclusively because of the Covid-19 pandemic. BCCI secretary Jay Shah said in a letter routed to the BCCI's state members that as per the Tamil Nadu government's order, the AGM of the social orders enlisted under Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975, couldn't be held on the web.
Shah likewise said that a three-month augmentation had been true, from September to December, to all the social orders enrolled under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975.
The Rules and Regulations of the BCCI expect it to hold an AGM by September 30 of every year. "Attributable to the predominant Covid-19 pandemic, the Registration Department, Tamil Nadu Government, in their official statement No.557 dated 29th July 2020 has broadened the period for an enlisted society under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975, to direct an AGM by a quarter of a year, from September 2020 to December 2020," said Shah in the letter, seen by IANS.
"We additionally looked for lawful assessment with respect to the relevance of the official statement and the Notification on BCCI, and according to their view the equivalent is material and BCCI isn't needed to direct its AGM by 30 September 2020," he said.
"In see thereof, you are thus educated that the BCCI won't have its AGM by 30 September 2020. We will keep you educated with respect to the date of the Annual General Meeting," he stated, tending to the state units, in the one-page letter.
The last AGM that the BCCI led was toward the end of last year.