Ajay Shirke, the main top Board of Control for Cricket in India office-conveyor who hasn't flown with whatever remains of the 46 individuals from the Board to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as a component of a liberal junket composed by Anurag Thakur, presented the primary consistence report to the Supreme Court-approved Lodha Committee on Thursday (August 25).
In an email sent last night, the BCCI secretary connected a one-and-half page report that, in addition to other things, proposed that the Board was setting up a rundown of all office bearers who need to empty their individual seats as said in the Lodha panel proposals and would course that rundown to every one of the individuals presently.
Sources said that this specific point tended to by Shirke in the consistence report wasn't requested in the 11 focuses raised by the Lodha board in any case. "I don't think it was examined at the working advisory group either," a Board official said at the state of namelessness.
Whatever remains of the consistence report rotated around letting the Lodha board realize that the BCCI would find a way to execute all suggestions. The principal due date to actualize those suggestions falls in the second week of October.
The BCCI wasn't relied upon to present this consistence report in any case as a few individuals from the Board had recommended, confidentially, that the Board would rather sit tight for the audit request to be listened.
In any case, the survey request is unrealistic to come up for hearing at the appointed time since it is unrealistic to be heard out of turn. "No application has been made in the court yet for the survey appeal to be heard on a critical premise," a source said.
In the interim, the BCCI is sticking its trusts on the modified national games bill tabled by the spending session of the parliament in 2017 which they trust is their conceivable friend in need from experiencing the recommended basic changes. Sources further say this is a stage being taken by the Board since they may have a smart thought as of now that the survey appeal is liable to be rejected by the zenith court. "That is the reason, the changed games bill can be their exclusive seek however after that they will require a constitution correction since they don't fall under the ambit of Right to Information (RTI)," an authority aware of present circumstances of things said.
This is a period devouring system which the Board is hoping to put money on, considering that tabling of a reconsidered national games charge post a careful constitution revision will rely on upon the games service displaying the bill in the bureau, which will then send it to the Parliamentary Standing Committee that alone can look for further changes before being tabled in the Parliament.
"No big surprise they (BCCI) have as of now concluded the date for the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and the Lodha board is so miserable about it," the source included.