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Accounts passed at ACC meeting
Wednesday 28 May 2014

BCCI's president-in exile N Srinivasan chaired a finance committee meeting of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) which saw the annual audited accounts being passed. The meeting was a brief one and no other topic was discussed at the meeting. 

"Only the accounts were passed today and no other decision was taken on the day," BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel told PTI. One of the notable members, who attended the meeting was Nishantha Ranatunga, secretary of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC).

From India, apart from Srinivasan, who is also the chairman of the finance committee, the meeting was attended by Patel and General Manager (Cricket Operations) MV Sridhar. From Pakistan, Badar Mohammed Khan attended the meeting. While nobody wanted to come on record but according to sources, the members expressed their support for Srinivasan, who will be taking over as the chairman of the ICC Executive Board, early next month.

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