The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today has decided to call an emergency Working Committee meeting in Chennai November 18 to decide whether to postpone only the board’s election or the annual general meeting.

The elections, scheduled for November 20th, had to be put off by another four weeks in the wake of Friday’s Supreme Court’s revelation that Mudgal Committee had named Chennai Super Kings’ former principle Gurunath Meiyappan, Rajasthan Royals owner Raj Kundra and BCCI President N. Srinivasan for their involvement in IPL spot-fixing.

During a meeting with PTI, a BCCI Official said:

“”The BCCI’s lawyers will apprise the WC members of the situation and the legal implications. Obviously, for BCCI to announce a fresh date for the AGM, one needs to call a Working Committee Meeting. The AGM is now likely to be held in the third week of December.”

Since the next hearing of the Supreme Court is on November 24, the BCCI decided to postpone its AGM — primarily because majority of the members want the Tamil Nadu strongman to be in the clear as he is vying for a second term as BCCI president.

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