Continuing his campaign against the supposed corruption in the BCCI due to president-in-expulsion Narayanaswami Srinivasan‘s presence,  Aditya Verma browbeaten to move Supreme Court if the board’s Annual General Meeting fails to make its September deadline. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to summon a working committee in an informal meeting on 26th September and wait for the AGM till the SC-appointed Mukul Mudgal committee submits its final report in the first week of November. The BCCI need to be conducted before 30th September which are planned to be held during the AGM. Verma who is the secretary of the Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) and the petitioner in the IPL corruption case, told that he was ready to move to Apex court. Though legal pundits believe that the pivot members in the BCCI executive committee seem to be misconceive the SC order and the Board’s Memorandum and rules and regulation in force since 15th September, 2012, by trying to implicit that Srinivasan’s presence in the AGM is necessary. Verma also believes that the board is acting on the impulse and desires of one person. Honorable Supreme Court administrated Shivlal Yadav will be the interlude President with all the administrative powers of BCCI. He is untied to hold the AGM. He can signature the accounts paper. He also added that there is no any legal obstacle and Yadav can release all his power till further orders. Previously Verma had also requested pertinent authorities, like the Inspector General of Registration, Tamil Nadu, to stop the BCCI from delaying its AGM but today’s meeting was a manifest of strength by the under-fire boss,as around 20 members patronized the meet, which showed that Srinivasan has profuse majority among the 31 members. If the report says Srinivasan of any wrongdoing, the Tamil Nadu strongman is improbable to face any election as the antagonism faction led by former BCCI president Shashank Manohar has support of a bare four units at the moment.

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