New Delhi: The Boxing Federation of India (BFI) announced that its Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) and elections for its office-bearers will be held in Gurugram on December 18.
Jay Kowli, the secretary-general of BFI, sent out a notification on this to all units on Friday evening, setting the process in motion.
“We had to postpone the elections due to the COVID-19 pandemic by three months. They were scheduled to be held prior to September,” Kowli said in a press release.
“We are now geared up for the AGM as well as the elections,” he added.
Kowli pointed out that the AGM was supposed to be held in Guwahati.
“But on the request of many members, we are shifting it to Gurugram. The BFI has already amended its Constitution to comply with the National Sports Code 2011 and we are confident that it will be a smooth affair.”