Mumbai Cricket Association asks for advice to conduct elections

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) polls are scheduled to held on October 23


Prior to its elections, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) on September 24 sought advice from the Amicus Curiae for conducting its elections. Along with this, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) yesterday extended the deadline for conducting elections of BCCI's state units by a week to October 4.

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The BCCI polls will be scheduled to be held on October 23. 

"We wish to inform you that the written order of the Hon'ble High Court is expected to be received only by tomorrow. Subsequently, we have to register the revised constitution with Charity Commissioner," the MCA wrote in an email to PS Narsimha, who acted as Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) in the matter before the court.

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The email also put up on the cricket association's website. The email further stated that they sought an appointment with him to address their difficulties. They also asked for his counsel on the issues to conduct the election as per the revised constitution at the earliest.

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