BCCI~~s AGM gets postpone for imprecise period

Published: Thursday, September 22, 2005, 23:53 [IST]
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The cricket Board today said that its Annual General Meeting will not take place unless all court procedures were completed.

The Cricket Association of Bengal, president, Jagmohan Dalmiya told reporters that the Calcutta High Court has appointed three observers and it was necessary for the three of them to be present to conduct the elections.

Dalmiya said it was for the three observers to decide when to hold the AGM. "We do not know when the AGM will go ahead. It will depend on the three observers. The three judges will have to decide among themselves," he said. Dalmiya also said that there was no compromise formula being worked out among the two factions.

The Calcutta High Court had earlier in the day appointed K N Singh and Madan Mohan Punchi, both former Chief Justices of India, as observers for the BCCI election. The duo will share the responsibility with Suhas Chandra Sen, retired Supreme Court judge, who was appointed as observer yesterday.

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