New Delhi, Apr 9: The controversial “Special General Meeting” of the BCCI was adjourned on Sunday after the Committee of Administrators (CoA) sought Supreme Court’s advice on the board’s representation at the ICC. The meeting was also attended by former BCCI president N Srinivasan.Also Read - BCCI Likely to Announce India Squad For South Africa Tour Today: Report

The Supreme Court hearing is on Monday and the BCCI has adjourned their meeting to Wednesday. Also Read - India Squad For South Africa Tour: Why BCCI Should Pick Opener Shikhar Dhawan as Part of ODI Squad

“The meeting was adjourned as SC is hearing the matter tomorrow. Since legal implications are involved, Amitabh Chaudhary, the joint Secretary announced adjournment,” Niranjan Shah told reporters. Also read: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Gujarat Lions, IPL 2017, Match 6 Preview: GL eye revival against SRH Also Read - SA vs IND: CSA Revise India Tour Schedule, First Test on December 26

The meeting was attended by Srinivasan, Niranjan Shah, TC Matthew, Ranjib Biswal and G Ganga Raju who have been disqualified after the implementation of the Lodha recommendations.

Meanwhile, the meeting was chaired by acting president CK Khanna with DDCA being absent. Also read: IPL 2017: Zaheer Khan blames lack of partnerships for Delhi Daredevils’ loss

The 70-plus office-bearers are claiming that Frequently Asked Questions to the Lodha Committee, which formed the basis of their age-related disqualification, are not verdict and hence they are still eligible to attend the meeting.

(With PTI inputs)