The BCCI has indefinitely postponed its Annual Total Assembly, supposed to be held by September 30, as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic, as the meeting can no longer be held on-line.
BCCI secretary Jay Shah wrote to the impart objects relating to the postponement. The Indian board is registered beneath the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975, and is required to resolve an AGM sooner than September 30 every 365 days.
“Owing to the current Covid-19 pandemic, the Registration Department, Tamil Nadu Authorities, has extended the length for a registered society beneath the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975, to conduct an Annual Total Assembly by three months, from September 2020 to December 2020,” Shah wrote within the letter accessed by PTI.
“The Press Free up additional states that an Annual Total Assembly of a registered society can no longer be performed on-line. It refers to a Authorities Expose no. 89 dated 16th June 2020 issued by the Industrial Taxes and Registration Department (‘Notification’) which reiterates the above [sic].”
After getting a unbiased knowing on the self-discipline, the BCCI made up our minds to postpone the AGM. The BCCI’s apex council conferences had been performed on the self-discipline of all over the pandemic.
“We also sought unbiased knowing relating to the applicability of the Press Free up and the Notification on BCCI and as per their peek, the equal is appropriate and BCCI is no longer required to conduct its Annual Total Assembly by 30 September 2020 [sic],” the letter acknowledged. “We are in a position to resolve you told relating to the date of the Annual Total Assembly.”
The old BCCI AGM was held in October 2019, when Sourav Ganguly took over as president, ending a 33-month-long tenure of the Supreme Court docket-appointed Committee of Administrators.