Which decisions were made in BCCI’s 91st Annual General Meeting?

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on the 18th of October, held its 91st Annual General Meeting (AGM) where former BCCI President, Mr Sourav Ganguly’s successor was announced which now sees Mr. Roger Binny hold the position as the 36th BCCI President.


Which decisions were made in BCCI's 91st Annual General Meeting?
Which decisions were made in BCCI’s 91st Annual General Meeting?


The elections of the newly appointed office-bearers were all a formality as all were elected unopposed and the loud buzz since a few days before the AGM already had made the picture clear.

The former right-arm medium pacer, Mr Roger Binny played an invaluable role in Kapil Dev-led Indian side win their maiden title during the 1983 World Cup as he’d picked up 18 wickets and finished as the highest wicket-taker of the tournament. Mr Roger Binny previously served in the BCCI as a member of the national selection committee as well.

While, secretary, Jay Shah and vice-president, Rajeev Shukla have won a term extension, the exit of Sourav Ganguly has seen a political angle and reportedly it’s believed that his exit from the role has been forced after he’d opted against joining a particular party.

BCCI’s media release read, The key decisions made are as under:

1) The following members were elected as the new Office Bearers of the BCCI:
(a) President: Mr Roger Binny
(b) Vice President: Mr. Rajeev Shukla
(c) Secretary: Mr. Jay Shah
(d) Joint Secretary: Mr. Devajit Saikia
(e) Treasurer: Mr. Ashish Shelar

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2) One representative of the General Body was elected in the Apex Council of the BCCI:
(a) Mr. MKJ Majumdar.

3) Two representatives in the Indian Premier League Governing Council were elected:
(a) Mr. Arun Singh Dhumal; and
(b) Mr. Avishek Dalmiya.

4) The audited accounts for FY 2021-22 were passed and adopted by the General Body.

5) The Annual Budget of FY 2022-23 was approved by the General Body.

6) The Senior Men’s Future Tour Programs for 2023-2027 and Senior Women’s Future Tour Programs for 2022-2025 were approved by the General Body.

7) The General Body approved to conduct the Women’s Indian Premier League.

8) The members of the General Body appreciated the efforts of the outgoing office bearers, IPL Governing Council Chairman and members, and Councillors for the work undertaken in their term.”

(Quotes sourced from BCCI media release)

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