MCA's SGM will adopt the changes in its constitution as per the Supreme Court judgement based on the Lodha panel recommendations    Wikimedia Commons
MCA’s SGM will adopt the changes in its constitution as per the Supreme Court judgement based on the Lodha panel recommendations Wikimedia Commons

Mumbai: The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) will convene its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on May 12 to pass its accounts before fixing the date for holding a Special General Meeting. The SGM will adopt the changes in its constitution as per the Supreme Court judgement based on the Lodha panel recommendations. These were some of the major decisions taken by the managing committee which met on Friday, according to MCA sources. “The AGM will be convened on May 12 specifically to pass the accounts. We will then decide when to convene the SGM to adopt the changes in the constitution prior to the elections,” MCA sources told PTI on Saturday. Supreme Court directs BCCI to release funds for 4th Test

The MCA managing committee members also had a meeting with Mumbai’s top police officials on matters concerning security for the upcoming Indian Premier League games at the Wankhede Stadium, home venue of Mumbai Indians. The opening home game of MI in season 10 of IPL is scheduled on April 9 against Kolkata Knight Riders. Meanwhile, The Supreme Court on Monday directed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to release funds to the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) to host the fourth and the final Test between India and Australia in Dharamsala as per the schedule.

Earlier, the BCCI s Committee of Administrators (CoA) had sought the apex court s immediate interference to ensure both the Dharamsala Test and the upcoming tenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) are not disrupted by disgruntled state associations. The COA in its second status report, which was submitted in the court last week, had singled out the HPCA for intransigence.