NEW DELHI: The Indian cricket board (BCCI) got in a tough situation over executing the Lodha Committee's Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) proposals, is hoping to achieve a comprehension with the Supreme Court-delegated board more than three suggestions – one-state-one-vote, age top of 70 years and chilling period. With the summit court slated to pass a request on October 17, the board's 'uncommon meeting' here on Saturday will talk about an approach to arrange these three issues with the Lodha board.
There is a conviction that there is no reason for tolerating it in totality, as the court is probably going to hear the board's audit appeal to on Tuesday, a day after the Chief Justice of India TS Thakur peruses out his decision. "The individuals are attempting to chalk out a center way with respect to these three suggestions. There is accord that all state affiliations ought to have voting rights, without taking endlessly the votes of the current affiliations. Affiliations like Mumbai, Saurashtra, Vidarbha alongside Railways and Services need to stay as they have contributed a great deal. The thought is to grow the board instead of trimming it," a senior BCCI official told TOI on Friday.
This meeting won't be known as an extraordinary general meeting (SGM) as the board's partner individuals have not been welcomed.
The board individuals will likewise talk about the Supreme Court's guideline to Anurag Thakur to record an affidavit+ in regards to the discussion the BCCI president had with the world body (ICC) about government obstruction. As indicated by sources, the board is probably going to call attention to that the issue of conceivable government obstruction if CAG is brought on board, was first raised by previous president Shashank Manoharwho is currently the autonomous director of the ICC.
"Anurag Thakur is just carrying on from where Manohar left. Since Manohar is as of now heading the ICC, it is just characteristic that such an exchange (over government talk) occurred. Manohar's statement is specified in an affirmation," asserted a top BCCI official.
Since the SC judgment is expected on Monday, the load up will have little time to consult with the Lodha board of trustees. "The board's lawful group will attempt to reach the Lodha board. The BCCI will have an opportunity to put over its perspectives amid the knowing about the survey appeal," included the authority.
The board is additionally dealing with a counter-proposition for the chilling time frame. "The individuals could think of a proposition which will permit authorities to be in office for a long time rather than the prescribed three and afterward go for the chilling time of three years. That will help in getting some progression in the framework."