Calcutta: With elections not being on the agenda, excitement was at a premium during Sunday’s annual meeting of the undivided Bihar Cricket Association in Jamshedpur.
According to The Telegraph’s sources, though, members did have some queries — namely, the status of Jharkhand’s affiliation to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the unfortunate happenings in the opening India versus West Indies ODI at the Keenan last November.
Both were tackled by the president, Amitabh Choudhary.
Choudhary, incidentally, will be making another trip to Calcutta for a one-to-one with BCCI chief Jagmohan Dalmiya on the issue of Jharkhand’s affiliation.
A court case in Chennai (of all places) has stalled the process of affiliation.
As the elections will be held in 2004 — on completion of the present office-bearers’ term of two years — Choudhary continues as president, with B.N. Singh and Govinda Mukherjee remaining secretary and treasurer, respectively.