Cricket Association of Nepal, Nepal, ICC
The elections will be conducted during the AGM and will be overseen by the Independent Panel formed under the provisions of the CAN constitution.

The suspended Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN), Independent Panel and National Sports Council have agreed to conduct elections on September 27 and 28 for Central Working Committee. The move looks promising for the reinstatement of Nepal’s ICC membership.

The ICC Deputy Chairman, Imran Khwaja met with the Member Secretary of the Nepal National Sports Council (NSC), Ramesh Silwal on Monday in Kathmandu.

“I am optimistic that upon conclusion of the central elections, the ICC Board will be in a position to consider Nepal’s reinstatement at its October meeting in Sydney,” said ICC Deputy Chairman Imran Khwaja in a release issued by the ICC.

The elections will be conducted during the AGM and will be overseen by the Independent Panel formed under the provisions of the CAN constitution.

ICC Deputy Chairman Imran Khwaja said, “I’m glad to note that the CAN district and provincial elections have been concluded and we are at the final stages of conducting the central elections. I am thankful for the NSC’s support in ensuring that elections are conducted in a free and fair manner devoid of any political interference, which is an important prerequisite for the reinstatement of Nepal’s ICC membership.

“I am optimistic that upon conclusion of the central elections, the ICC Board will be in a position to consider Nepal’s reinstatement at its October meeting in Sydney.”