No clarity of N Srinivasan's SGM attendance despite SC verdict making him ineligible to attend ICC meeting

Even as the Supreme Court rendered N Srinivasan ineligible to attend ICC meeting as BCCI representative, confusion remained over the Tamil Nadu strongman's participation in tomorrow's Special General Meeting to discuss a five-point agenda.

PTI April 18, 2017 13:07:39 IST
No clarity of N Srinivasan's SGM attendance despite SC verdict making him ineligible to attend ICC meeting

New Delhi: Even as the Supreme Court rendered N Srinivasan ineligible to attend ICC meeting as BCCI representative, confusion remained over the Tamil Nadu strongman's participation in Tuesday's Special General Meeting to discuss a five-point agenda.

No clarity of N Srinivasans SGM attendance despite SC verdict making him ineligible to attend ICC meeting

File picture of N Srinivasan. PTI

The Supreme Court has named joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary and CEO Rahul Johri as the two representatives at the ICC Annual General Meeting on 27 and 28 April.

"I don't think there is anything that stops me from attending the SGM. But since you are asking me whether I am attending Tuesday's SGM, it is because you want a headline. You won't get it from me," Srinivasan told PTI.

Meanwhile, the SGM will now have a five-point agenda after the Supreme Court clarified on BCCI's representatives.

"The primary discussion will be on ICC Governance and Revenue structure. The pending legal issues and appointment of ombudsman will also be discussed," a BCCI official said.

The meeting will start at 5 pm in the evening.

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