Formar BCCI President N Srinivasan has been re-chosen President of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) amid the state body’s Annual General Meeting.
Srinivasan, who was compelled to step beside the post of BCCI President in the wake of the spot-settling embarrassment in the IPL, was chosen unconstrained. He has been accountable for the TNCA since 2002-03.
Srinivasan, who has been the chief of TNCA since the end of the reign of AC Muthiah in 2002-03, has had a tough time since the spot-fixing and betting scandal broke out in 2013. The 71-year-old, whose son-in-law was found guilty of betting on IPL games by a Supreme-Court appointed panel, was forced to step down as the chief of the Indian cricket board and was subsequently removed as the chairman of ICC.
Kasi Viswanathan was likewise re-chose secretary for the tenth year in progression. All competitors, including four City Vice Presidents and two District Vice Presidents were additionally chosen unopposed.