Although the lawyer appearing for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) informed the Supreme Court that the much-awaited November 20 Annual General Meeting will be postponed by a month, BCCI's west zone vice-president Ravi Savant said the confusion still prevails with regards to the AGM date.
BCCI vice-president Ravi Savant
"There is no official communication as yet. There is confusion among the Board members (regarding the Chennai AGM)," Savant told mid-day yesterday.
When asked what could be the likely outcome, he said: "The way things are going on (in BCCI) anything is possible."
N Srinivasan, the BCCI president in exile, was amongst the four names the apex court disclosed in the Justice Mudgal Committee Indian Premier League probe report.
The revelation is a huge setback for Srinivasan, who is keen to extend his reign as BCCI president.
Savant, who is the Mumbai Cricket Association vice-president, said the BCCI AGM date cannot be changed without the consent of the Working Committee.
"A Working Committee meeting has to be called for any change. The Mudgal report was to come out on November 10 and therefore it (AGM) was postponed to the 20th.
"The court has again set another date (November 24) for next hearing. So, for how long can you keep doing this (postponing the AGM)?
It is not appropriate if we keep delaying the AGM for the sake of elections," Savant said.