Blow to BCCI: Amicus Curiae sticks to most of Lodha Reforms

By: PTI |
Published: May 16, 2018 11:32:22 pm

In what could be termed as a blow to the senior BCCI officials, the amicus curiae Gopal Subramanium has kept most of the recommendations made by Justice RM Lodha Committee in the draft constitution of the cricket board.

The only major point, where the amicus suggested a change was reverting to the five-man selection panel from the current three-member committee. It also suggested a change in ‘Test Players Only’ clause to minimum 20 first-class matches.

The five recommendations, which majority of BCCI office bearers found contentious were: one state-one vote, tenure of 18 years (9 plus 9), cooling off after every three years, age cap of 70 years, allocation of duties between office-bearers and paid employees (Secretary and CEO).

Almost all the affiliated units had these points in common but to their…

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