BCCI rejects Lodha report, to file affidavit in SC

BCCIThe BCCI today rejected the Lodha panel recommendations outright and unanimously decided to file an affidavit in the Supreme Court pointing out the “anomalies and difficulties” in implementing the Justice Lodha Committee recommendations on the restructuring of the cricket board.

It was decided in the Special General Meeting of the BCCI that secretary Anurag Thakur will file an affidavit on behalf of the BCCI in the apex court.

The Lodha Committee has recommended wide ranging sweeping reforms in the BCCI including having only one vote per state, age cap of its officials, no simultaneous posts in state and national body along with restrictions on advertisements in televised cricket matches.

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