How the verdict will affect BCCI’s working


Great work by Lodha panel and Supreme Court

Everyone loves good cricket. The acceptance of Lodha Commission recommendations for BCCI reforms by the Supreme Court.

Here are few points

  • One state allow only one team
    • This was much effected to Gujarat as there was 3 teams from Gujarat in Ranji Trophy. Baroda, Saurastra and Gujarat.
    • This Rule helps some other states which has not the BCCI Approval.
  • Ministers and bureaucrats cannot hold positions in the BCCI
    • Ministers or Politician can not be a part of the BCCI Committees.
    • This will effect to Anurag Thakur, who recently be the president of BCCI.
  • Age limit of 70 years for the BCCI office bearers
    • Another this will effect to recent commeittee members of the Age Limit. There are few member who has crossed that limits.
    • N. Srinivasan, Sharad Pawar and Niranjan Shah will have to resign.
  • A CAG nominee to watch over the utilisation of BCCI’s resources
    • BCCI’s counsel KK Venugopal had objected to the proposal arguing that the appointment of the CAG nominee
  • ‘No ads between the overs’ proposal dismissed by the Supreme Court
    • Another suggestion for improve interset of the public to ODI and Test if for removing advertisement between overs break.
    • That point rejected by Supreme Court that will help to BCCI.
  • ‘Do Betting Legal on Cricket matches in India’ proposal dismissed by the Supreme Court
    • The major point of this is doing betting legal in India on Cricket matches, That helps Cricket and BCCI and country to get more money by betting.
    • In other nation betting on sports are legal so that will also allow in India on cricket matches that will increase money.

Rajiv Shukla told television channels : “We respect Supreme Court’s decision. Will look into how we can implement the Lodha panel recommendations,”

Bedi tweeted on Monday : “Let’s all accept Supreme Court’s verdict gracefully & humbly — after all isn’t health o Indn Crkt more imp than any personality pol/otherwise!”

Azad tweeted : “My stand vindicated, #SupremeCourt accepts Justice Lodha committee report. Wait for my further action against #DDCA and #BCCI,”