Written by Devendra Pandey
| Mumbai |
Published:November 16, 2017 1:25 am

The BCCI has been in-charge of the Rajasthan team in domestic competitions. (Source: File)

Suspended from the BCCI since 2014, the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) is likely to come back in the Indian board’s fold soon. The committee of administrators (CoA) have asked acting president CK Khanna to call for an emergent special general body meeting (SGM) where revoking of the RCA’s suspension will be one of three key issues they want to discuss.

The CoA shot an email to Khanna stating that the date for the SGM had to be announced by November 16. The three-point agenda is expected to also include the Kochi Tuskers’ settlement and the next Future Tours and Programme keeping in mind the new Test and ODI championships that the ICC has brought into place.

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