Bangladesh Football Federation president Kazi Salahuddin has been elected president of South Asian Football Federation for the third time.
Salahuddin, who was elected unopposed, will now be in charge of south Asian football's regulatory body for the next four years.
It should be mentioned that the BFF boss was also elected unopposed as Saff president in 2010 and 2014.
The current executive committee of Saff will be formed with 12 members - one president, three vice presidents, seven members and one general secretary.
Besides Salahuddin, two of the three vice presidents were elected - Sri Lanka's Anura de Silva and Pakistan's Khadim Ali Shah. The other vice president will be elected in the Dhaka Congress.
To add to that, each of the seven south Asian nations will be able to select one member for the Ex-Co.
The 2018 Saff Championship will be hosted by Bangladesh in September with the participation of seven countries.
The draw for the championship will be held on April 18.