The Supreme Court (SC) has appointed Justice RM Lodha committee as new member in Lodha Panel. He will replace President and the Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Anurag Thakur and Ajay Sirke.
On Monday, Lodha Panel will talk about the way in which the BCCI has broken the timelines issued by it from time to time. The status report will be filed on Wednesday to get suitable directions against the cricket body.
A source said, "The panel found impediments in implementing its suggestions and the top BCCI officials, particularly the president and secretary, are responsible."
A review request has already filed by BCCI to do the changes in the order. "Instead of clearing the defects, the BCCI has been flouting the timelines and suggestions, citing its review plea on technical defects," the source said.
The Chief Justice of Lodha panel has been given the task to make sure the execution of the recommendations. The deadlines for two days were set up by the panel for BCCI — September 30 to make constitutional changes.
On December 15, nine members of Apex Committe will replace members of Lodha Panel.
It has additionally suspended the BCCI from taking choices for the following year. Yet, its yearly broad body meeting (AGM) took a few choices, opposing the board's proposals on September 21.
The Lodha board had prescribed an arrangement of clearing changes in BCCI, including limiting the residency of office-bearers, presenting a chilling period for managers, chopping down the present five-part determination board to three furthermore a one state, one vote strategy. The board was set up by the court in 2013 on a supplication on IPL spot-altering and wagering outrage.
The BCCI has required a Special General Meeting (SGM) on September 30 to consider the alterations as prescribed by the Lodha board of trustees. Meanwhile, candidate Aditya Verman, for the benefit of the Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB), would look for an early knowing about the BCCI's survey supplication in the court on Wednesday.