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Supreme Court Rejects CAB’s Plea, Refuses to Stay BCCI Elections

The Supreme Court refused to stay the BCCI elections on Wednesday.

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Shashank Manohar (L) and Anurag Thakur (R). (Photo: Reuters) 

The Supreme Court refused to stay the BCCI elections on Wednesday, according to News 18. The Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) filed the plea to restrain candidates, who have chargesheets against them, from standing for elections.

The BCCI will conduct elections on 22 May to elect their new president after Shashank Manohar resigned from the post last week.

However, the petitioner has been asked by the Supreme Court to the approach the Bench.

The BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur, who is one of the front-runners to become the BCCI President has a chargesheet against him.

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