BCCI SGM to settle Kochi Tuskers, Rajasthan’s membership and FTP issues

The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has asked the BCCI acting president C. K. Khanna to serve notice for Special General Meeting by November 16 (Thursday).

The BCCI has been asked to decide on the dates of the SGM by the Committee of Administrators.   -  AFP

The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has asked the BCCI acting president C. K. Khanna to serve notice for Special General Meeting by November 16 (Thursday).

The CoA wants the BCCI SGM to consider (1) proposal of the final settlement of the Kochi Tuskers Kerala (which is about Rs. 800 crore), (2) revocation of the suspension of the Rajasthan Cricket Association (3) and the Future Tour Programme (FTP).

The Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) has given an undertaking that Lalit Modi is in no way associated with State association and is not the president of the Nagaur District Association. The BCCI had imposed a life ban on Modi (former Chairman of the IPL Governing Council) as a disciplinary action.

An SGM convened in September 2013 had resolved that "Lalit Modi is guilty of committing acts of serious misconduct and indiscipline, and therefore, in exercise of powers as per Regulation 32 of the Memorandum and Rules and Regulations of the Board, Lalit Modi be and is hereby expelled from the BCCI. He shall forfeit all his rights and privileges as Administrator. He shall not in future be entitled to hold any position or office, or be admitted in any Committee or any member or associate member of the Board."

The BCCI’s operations team has prepared an FTP programme that needs to be approved by the SGM and forwarded to the International Cricket Council (ICC).

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