During a managing committee meeting on Friday, it was decided that Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) will hold elections on November 10.
In the last MCA election in 2015, former Union Minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar was elected as MCA president. One of the recommendations of Lodha Panel was that persons above 70 years of age cannot be office bearers, owing to which Pawar resigned and city BJP chief Ashish Shelar replaced him.
The election for posts of various office-bearers of MCA will be held as per its present constitution, but the dates could change depending on the Supreme Court’s orders with respect to the Lodha Panel reforms.
MCA is also planning to launch Mumbai Premier League in January 2018.