Former CEC named BCCI Electoral Officer

Former CEC named BCCI Electoral Officer

Former Chief Election Commissioner of India N Gopalaswami has been named the Electoral Officer for the Board of Control for Cricket in India elections. The BCCI elections are slated for October 22.

“On the advice of the Chief Election Commissioner of India, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India appointed Committee of Administrators, today confirmed Shri N Gopalaswami, former Chief Election Commissioner of India, as the Electoral Officer to supervise the elections of the BCCI and the Indian Cricketers Association,” BCCI has stated in a Press release.

“N Gopalaswami shall operate from the BCCI Headquarters in Mumbai.”

Before the BCCI goes in to vote for picking its executive, the State units of the board will have to complete their electoral process by September 14.

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The appointment of the Electoral Officer by the BCCI and preparation of the electoral protocol by the Electoral Officer in consultation with the CoA would be communicated to all by June 30.

The elections of the State units and the BCCI shall be conducted under the BCCI constitution, which has been revised to incorporate the Lodha Committee recommendations.

The electoral roll of nominees qualified for the BCCI elections shall be completed by September 30.

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