12 issues will be discussed in BCCI AGM, 'Me Too' case of Johri may arise - AB TAK NEWS

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Saturday, 30 November 2019

12 issues will be discussed in BCCI AGM, 'Me Too' case of Johri may arise

12 issues will be discussed in BCCI AGM, 'Me Too' case of Johri may arise


The new BCCI officials along with the representatives of the state associations will take part in the 88th AGM in Mumbai on Sunday.

CAC can also be formed. Sachin-Laxman may return
The new officials of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) along with the representatives of the state associations will attend the 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Mumbai on Sunday. There are 12 issues to be discussed in this meeting and one of these issues may also include the issue of sexual abuse allegations against the Board's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Rahul Johri.

Apart from this, general manager (Cricket Operations) Saba Karim's handling of the scoring app of the board can also be discussed in the meeting. An official told IANS that nothing is decided yet, but the issue of jeweler can be discussed. The official said, 'The way the Committee of Administrators (COA) handled the whole issue of sexual abuse has raised many questions. So maybe it is seen again.

As far as the BCCI app is concerned, which is operated under the guidance of Saba Karim, the authorities have not understood the change in the design of this app and many misinformation are going through it. The official said, "The app and scoring system was working well for five years and there is no reason to change what is going well."

If sources are to be believed, then a new Advisory Committee (CAC) will also be formed, in which Sachin Tendlukar and VVS Laxman may return. Sachin, Laxman were in the first CAC along with Sourav Ganguly, the current president of BCCI.

The source said, 'Sachin and Laxman may return. Since Sourav Ganguly is the BCCI President, he cannot be in it. The first CAC had selected the coach of the Indian men's team, but withdrew from the appointment of the coach of the women's team, due to which there was a ruckus over the conflict of interest.

Also, the officials have decided that the post of secretary will also be discussed, because they feel that everyday work is looked after by the CEO and the power should now be returned to the officials.

Vinod Tihara may represent the DDCA at the AGM after the resignation of Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) President Rajat Sharma recently. If sources are to be believed, the cooling-off period for state associations in the AGM can also be removed and changes can be made in the committee and sub-committee regarding the age limit of 70 years.

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