Rupa Gurunath, daughter of ex-BCCI chief Srinivasan, elected as TNCA President

Rupa Gurunath, daughter of ex-BCCI chief Srinivasan, elected as TNCA President

Rupa Gurunath, daughter of former BCCI chief Srinivasan, elected on Thursday without opposition as president of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA), making her the first woman to assemble a state unit of the Indian Board.

Chief Srinivasan’s daughter Rupa is the wife of Gurunath Meiyappan, who is cutting a ban for life for his involvement in the scandal of repair points in Premier League 2013 (IPL). The Ex-BCCI chief Daughter Rupa elected at the 87th Annual General Meeting of the TNCA here.

When the nominations came to an end on Wednesday night, it was the only nomination presented for the post of President, whose election announced on the floor of the house according to the rules of the TNCA.

Rupa is executive director of India cement, the company of her father who owns the star-filled IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings, directed by Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

TNCA recently hit the headlines after officials, coaches and J obligation does not identify in their Premier League Tamil Nadu, with headquarters in the franchise, accused of participating in match-fixing.

There is currently basically an investigation into the matter.

The Supreme Court had allowed the Friday to the TNCA celebrate choice Rescue for their officeholders but said the results would be subject to a final decision on the compliance of the details with the reforms of Lodha.

The results of the Rescue elections will be subject to the order of the High Court, and legal remedies will be available to the parties involved.

The Committee of Administrators (CoA) that governs Indian cricket, in their submissions to the superior court, had complained that the TNCA did not comply with the new constitution BCCI as ordered by the superior court.

List of other office titles:

Vice-presidents: TJ Srinivasaraj (City), Dr. pahok Sigamani (districts), Secretary: R s Ramaswamy, Joint Secretary: K A Shankar, Assistant Secretary: N Venkatraman. J Parthasarathy.

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