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Ganguly Shah BCCI Hearing – BCCI Supreme Court Case: The Supreme Court on Wednesday postponed the hearing on BCCI’s plea on Sourav…

Ganguly Shah BCCI Hearing – BCCI Supreme Court Case: The Supreme Court on Wednesday postponed the hearing on BCCI’s plea on Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah’s tenure in the BOARD for today. The BCCI had filed an application for relaxation of the cooling-off clause for office-bearers. But after BCCI advocate Harish Salve’s request, the SC postponed the hearing for today. Follow Indian Cricket LIVE UPDATES with InsideSport.IN

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Ganguly Shah BCCI Hearing: BCCI’s plea on Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah ‘Cooling Off’ hearing postponed to Thursday: Follow LIVE UPDATES

Ganguly Shah BCCI Hearing: BCCI's plea on Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah 'Cooling Off' hearing postponed to Thursday: Follow LIVE UPDATES

Why the matter is important for Ganguly, Shah? Both Ganguly and Shah have already served six years as office-bearers in state associations and cricket board combined. As per the BCCI Constitution both should have vacated their posts by now. 

  • As per the current BCCI constitution, Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah will have to step aside for a mandatory three-year cooling-off period in September, when the next Annual General Meeting (AGM) is scheduled.
  • Both, and also joint secretary Jayesh George, have already served six years as office-bearers, in state associations and cricket board combined.
  • The BCCI, however, seeks an amendment to the cooling-off clause.
  • The matter stayed unresolved during the April 16, 2021 hearing last year as well.

How Shah & Ganguly have completed their tenure?

Sourav Ganguly: Ganguly became Cricket Association of Bengal joint secretary in 2014. He served as state association president a year later. He took charge of the BCCI as its President in October 2019. According to the current BCCI constitution, Ganguly’s six-year term as an office-bearer ended in 2020.

Jay Shah: He became an office-bearer of the Gujarat Cricket Association in 2013. He moved to the BCCI as its secretary six years later.

Ganguly Shah BCCI Hearing: BCCI’s plea on Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah ‘Cooling Off’ hearing postponed to Thursday: Follow LIVE UPDATES

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