Dilution of Lodha reforms, appointment of CAC to dominate Ganguly-led BCCI AGM - watsupptoday.com
Dilution of Lodha reforms, appointment of CAC to dominate Ganguly-led BCCI AGM
Posted 30 Nov 2019 03:35 PM

Hindustan Times

The BCCI will on Sunday hold its first Annual General Meeting with cryptic previous skipper Sourav Ganguly in charge, trying to weaken some key changes ordered by the Supreme Court, comprise cricket advisory groups like the CAC and designate the Board's agent at the ICC. The Supreme Court-delegated Committee of Administrators (COA) was responsible for the cricket body for 33 months before the new office-bearers, drove by Ganguly, assumed responsibility a month ago.

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Ganguly's present nine-month stretch will get an augmentation if the BCCI weakens the particular change on residency top as commanded by the SC-designated Lodha Committee.

In the motivation discharged for the AGM, the BCCI has proposed critical changes to the current constitution.

According to the present constitution, which is affirmed by the Supreme Court, an office-carrier who has served two three-year terms, either at the BCCI or at the state affiliation, goes into an obligatory three-year chilling period.

The present agreement needs that period to kick in simply after the individual has completed two terms (six years), at the board and state affiliation independently. Whenever I went with a three-fourth larger part, it will viably broaden the residency of Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah individually.

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