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To buy some time for Srinivasan, BCCI calls Working Committee meet on Sept 26
In a clear effort to buy some time for its under-flame President N Srinivasan sooner or later, the BCCI conceded its eagerly awaited Annual General Meeting after a casual social affair of its parts units here yesterday (September 7).

The informal gathering was called to talk about the impasse which encompasses the AGM as a greater part of BCCI parts needed it put off till the Supreme Court-designated Mukul Mudgal council submits its last investigate the IPL spot-settling outrage in the first week of November.

The result worked out was to assemble a Working Committee meeting on September 26. With this, the AGM is unrealistic to be hung on the planned date of September 30 as guidelines interest for a three-week hole between the two gatherings.

The gathering, which had Srinivasan in participation, had representation from 18 units, while three others joined in by means of video chat. Among those joining in by means of video chat were break President Shivlal Yadav, who speaks to the Hyderabad Cricket Association.

"In the wake of taking all the conceivable specialized and legitimate feelings, right now, there appears to be no other choice however to put off the AGM," says BCCI Secretary Sanjay Patel after the gathering as quoted by media reports.

The gathering was a show of quality by Srinivasan, who has been compelled to step aside because of the progressing investigation into the IPL spot-settling and wagering embarrassment.

"It is extremely unlikely that the BCCI AGM could be held inside September 30. Around 20 parts today went to the meet which demonstrated that Srinivasan has lion's share among the 31 parts," an alternate BCCI official said.

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