Markandey Katju: BCCI officials need to be tied and lashed


Previous Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju has tweeted his burning perspective on the whole Lodha-BCCI issue by expressing that the authorities of the Indian Cricket board ought to be tied bare and lashed. The incongruity in the announcement is that Katju had been enlisted by the BCCI as a counsel for the Lodha board of trustees.

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The Lodha-BCCI spat appears to turn another corner ordinary. Prior today, the BCCI discharged an announcement inferring that New Zealand’s voyage through India may be sliced short because of specific confinements that the Lodha advisory group has constrained onto the board. In a matter of a couple of hours, the Lodha advisory group returned terminating – they through and through rejecting any obstruction in the everyday running of the money rich board and said that the arrangement ought to go on.

Be that as it may, in a surprising occurrence, the BCCI’s counselor in the Lodha usage, Justice Markandey Katju today turned out with a tweet against his present bosses. The resigned Supreme Court Justice tweeted, “This treatment isn’t enough.

Lodha shud get BCCI authorities fixing bare to a post and given 100 lashes each on their behinds”. The 70-year-old had beforehand called the Supreme Court’s judgment on the BCCI changes as “unlawful and illicit” in August, however all of a sudden seems to have gone rouge on his bosses – the wealthiest Cricket board on the planet.

On August seventh, while addressing a question and answer session he had said, “What the Supreme Court has done is unlawful and illicit. There has been infringement of standards of the Indian Constitution. Under our Constitution, we have legislature, executive and legal.” “There is an expansive detachment of capacities. It’s the governing body’s right to make laws. In the event that legal begins making laws, one is setting an unsafe point of reference.”

“I have prompted them the BCCI to record an audit request before a bigger seat. For this situation, the Supreme Court outsourced a board of trustees to settle on BCCI’s discipline,” Justice Katju had said. In any case, everything does not seem to have gone well between the two. In September, BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke had purportedly dismisses a report that the previous Supreme Court equity had arranged for the BCCI to be sent to the panel, reported a month ago.

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