The Annual General Meeting of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will be held in Mumbai on October 18.

On Thursday evening, the BCCI secretary Jay Shah notified the state units that the elections for the position of the office-bearers - the president, vice-president, secretary, joint secretary and treasurer - will be held on that day.

Even though the latest Supreme Court ruling allows the current office-bearers to continue for another term, there seems to be some suspense over whether Sourav Ganguly will continue as the president for another term.

There are speculations that Jay Shah could emerge as the front-runner for the role, while Ganguly might move to the International Cricket Council. However, neither Ganguly nor Shah have spoken on the issue yet. 

The AGM will appoint the BCCI representative to the ICC. Currently, both president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah are the nominated representatives to the ICC.

Among other agendas of the meeting, appointment of Ombudsman and Ethics officer, appointment of Cricket Committee and Standing Committee and appointment of Umpires Committee are to be ratified.
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