Congress leader Manish Tewari: BCCI must not think it is above the law


Keeping up that it totally strange that a report by the Justice R M Lodha board is not being executed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Congress leader Manish Tewari has said the board’s proposals haves to be actualized, and included that the cricket body is not exempt from the laws that apply to everyone else.

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Tewari told, “It is completely odd that a report given by the previous boss equity of India and acknowledged by a judgment of the present Chief Justice of India or a divison seat headed by the ebb and flow Chief Justice of India, is not being executed by the BCCI. There can’t be a more blatant lack of regard of the standard of law, and along these lines, under those conditions, the court, which is obviously stopped of the matter right now, would clearly take a gander at it truly,” he said.

Previous BCCI president Sharad Pawar had on Wednesday said the cricket body is not restricting the changes proposed by the Supreme Court, yet just looking for elucidations. Tewari said that judgment must be actualized and the cricket body is not exempt from the laws that apply to everyone else. “All things considered, there is a course of events for the execution of change.

The reality remains that there is a judgment of the court and the judgment must be executed and the BCCI is not exempt from the laws that apply to everyone else,” he included. The Justice Lodha Committee on Wednesday presented its status report with the Supreme Court, blaming the Board for Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) of opposing the summit court’s requests and slowing down its proposed changes.

In its report, the Supreme Court-named board expressed that the BCCI was not actualizing its proposals went for changing the nation’s cricket administering body. Reacting to the Lodha board’s charge, the Supreme Court pulled up the BCCI, cautioning it to “fall in line” or face reformatory activity. The Justice R M Lodha board looked for the expulsion of the BCCI heavy hitters, including its leader Anurag Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke, for rebelliousness of the peak court bearings.

It said that the BCCI and its office bearers were not agreeing to headings and over and over issuing articulations to undermine the power of the court and the individuals from the Lodha board, which had prescribed auxiliary changes in BCCI. The direction showing up for the board said BCCI is not answering to messages and different interchanges sent to them and over and again resisting the requests of the court. The seat headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur observed the entries and said these are not kidding charges and BCCI needs to take after the headings of the court.

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