Updated: April 14, 2020 8:09:40 am
Mahim Verma has tendered his resignation from the put up of BCCI vice-president after taking charge of his state body, Cricket Association of Uttarakhand, as its secretary.
Verma confirmed the event to PTI despite the fact that it was a a mere formality after he fought the state body’s elections and his group got here to energy final month.
“I needed to take take care of my state association which wasn’t being run smoothly. I have sent my resignation to CEO Rahul Johri. I am sure it will be accepted as senior office-bearers are in the loop,” Verma informed PTI on Monday.
“I have already told about my compulsions to the secretary (Jay Shah). If I hadn’t gone back and taken charge of the state body, the association would have been in a mess. That’s why I contested the election,” he mentioned.
As per BCCI rule, a Special General Meeting must be known as in 45 days to replenish the vacant put up however it is going to be very troublesome for the board to keep up the stipulated timeframe because the nation is in lockdown.
“We are going for a second lockdown within the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. So how can we even assume of having an SGM in 45 days? Obviously the emptiness will probably be stuffed up as per the constitutional norms however solely after issues normalise,” a veteran BCCI official informed PTI.
As of now, there is no such thing as a readability over who’re the potential candidates for the vice-president’s put up.
The BCCI vice-president is extra of a decorative place in comparison with president, secretary and treasurer, that are purposeful posts with mandate of taking coverage choices.
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