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Jai Shah to attend ICC CEC meetings, Ganguly's tenure may increase

The 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was held in Mumbai on Sunday. The BCCI on Sunday approved the relaxation of the tenure of its office bearers. With this, the 9-month tenur…




The 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was held in Mumbai on Sunday. The BCCI on Sunday approved the relaxation of the tenure of its office bearers. With this, the 9-month tenure of the current chairman of the board, Ganguly, can be increased. This decision was taken at the board's AGM, although it would require the approval of the Supreme Court.

At the same time, according to news agency ANI, BCCI secretary Jai Shah will participate in the ICC CEC meetings. However, it has not been decided yet who will represent the country in the ICC Board meeting.

After the meeting, Sourav Ganguly said that we have to fix anti-corruption system. KPL (Karnataka Premier League) is still on. If it does not stop then we have to do something. He said that the BCCI's decision on the representative of the board will be taken in a few days in the meeting of the ICC Chief Executive Committee. However, the rule is that the BCCI secretary represents the board.

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