BCCI: Two new IPL teams on agenda for BCCI AGM on December 24

In BCCI agenda, another important item to be discussed is that the BCCI’s stand on the inclusion of cricket within the 2028 Olympics.

Two additional new teams to be added in the Indian Premier League (IPL) is amongst the long agenda for the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) 89th Annual General Meeting (AGM), to be persisted December 24, that a notice has been issued. Only eight teams compete within the IPL presently.

Representatives of the state cricket associations will need to approve the addition of the 2 teams for inclusion within the IPL.

BCCI secretary Jay Shah has sent the notice to all or any the affiliated state bodies about the AGM, and has said that the venue of the meeting would be shared in “due course”.

There are 23 points on the agenda, including election of the vice-president, a post that has been laying vacant after Mahim Verma, who had been elected unopposed to the position at the October 23 general body meeting last year, resigned this year.