Supreme Court allows TNCA to conduct elections

The TNCA will hold its executive committee meeting on September 23 to select a date for holding its elections.

The Supreme Court has allowed the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) to conduct elections.

The Supreme Court has allowed the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) to conduct elections despite the association being unwilling to comply with or ratify the terms of the new BCCI Constitution as ordered by the apex court.

“They can do whatever they want to... point is they are indeed holding elections. We can undo the results (of the polls) or even send it to the civil court,” Justice S.A. Bobde, heading the Bench comprising L. Nageswara Rao, observed.

Meanwhile, the TNCA will hold its executive committee meeting on September 23 to select a date for holding its elections. With many completing the maximum of nine years in the office or finishing six years and finding the cooling off period kicking in, the TNCA is set to get a new generation of office-bearers starting from the president, the secretary, the joint secretary, the treasurer and the vice-presidents.