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,”