Kathmandu, September 8
An independent committee formed by the International Cricket Council to resolve the ongoing crisis of Cricket Association of Nepal is planning to hold the CAN convention within this month.
Once the convention successfully elects a new committee, it is highly likely that the international cricket governing board would end the CAN’s suspension imposed since 2016.
LB Chhetri, a member of the independent committee, says preparations are underway to hold the convention on September 20 and 21. Just on Saturday, the independent committee completed all provincial conventions of the CAN.
At the central convention, total 60 representatives of 39 districts and seven provinces will elect the 17-member committee.
“An ICC meeting has been scheduled for October 13. Our election will be over before that,” Chhetri says, “I am confident that the suspension will end soon.”