The Government of Maharashtra has asked the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) to postpone its Annual General Meeting (AGM) from the scheduled December 18 to the Christmas week citing COVID-19 guidelines.

Since the MCA has 329 members – more than the maximum permissible number for a public gathering allowed by the state government – the MCA had sought special permission from the government after circulating the notice and agenda of the AGM to its members last month.

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In his reply to the MCA dated December 11, chief secretary Sanjay Kumar has given a conditional permission for hosting the AGM in December last week according to COVID-19 guidelines. “Considering the COVID-19 outbreak, we can grant permission for organising the AGM during the public holidays over month-end after Christmas provided the MCA…

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