New Delhi: BCCI electoral officer N Gopalaswami on Thursday set 4 October as the deadline for nomination of state representatives for the BCCI Annual General Meeting.
The BCCI AGM-cum-elections is scheduled on 23 October in Mumbai. The elections were earlier scheduled for 22 October but was pushed ahead by a day due to assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana.
In the BCCI elections timeline issued by Gopalaswami, it was stated that the draft electoral roll will be released at 5 pm on 4 October. The final electoral roll will be released on 10 October.
The window to file nomination applications is set for 11, 12 and 14 October between 11 am and 3 pm. The scrutiny of the applications will be done on 15 October and on the same day the list of valid nominated candidates will be announced.
The final step before the 23 October election will be the announcement of contesting candidates and that will be done on 16 October.
The state units have to conduct their elections by 4 October after the Committee of Administrators (COA) running Indian cricket extended the deadline twice.
The BCCI elections will mark an end to the tenure of the Supreme Court-appointed COA which has been administering the game since January 2017 and was mandated to implement the administrative reforms suggested by the Justice (Retd) R M Lodha committee.
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