The Mumbai Cricket Association has decided to postpone its Annual General Meeting, which was scheduled for 19th of March, because of the upcoming season of the IPL, the league stage of which will be conducted in Mumbai and Pune.

MCA secretary Sanjay Naik notified, “We’ve 70 matches of the IPL in Mumbai and Pune. The IPL is one of the biggest events to be held in Mumbai. So, to organise it successfully, we’ve deferred the AGM till the completion of the IPL.”

The decision was taken at an exigency Apex Council meeting on Monday. The AGM has been postponed as it is too close to the IPL, which is commencing in Mumbai and Pune on 26th of March.

According to sources, “The dates of the IPL came after we decided to hold the AGM. Our focus is on the IPL.” Evidently, the decision to defer the AGM got approval from former MCA president Sharad Pawar, who has the final statement on matters of the association, following a group of MCA members and officials met him lately.

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