- The SC hearing on Monday regarding BCCI vs Lodha was adjourned to Dec 9.
- BCCI is yet to make a final decision regarding the Lodha reforms.
- Meanwhile, Lodha Panel is still stuck to its suggestion of dismissing the BCCI officials.
The apex court was supposed to hear the third status report by the Lodha Committee. In the previous hearing, Justice Lodha-led panel suggested the Supreme Court to dismiss the BCCI officials for not implementing the Lodha reforms.
It had further recommended that former Union home secretary, GK Pillai, be appointed as the observer.
The Indian cricket board continues to oppose the three major reforms - the age cap of 70 for officials, cooling-off period of three years between terms for officials and the one-state-one-vote rule.
According to a report from Times of India, although the BCCI has not made a concrete decision regarding the Lodha reforms, however, it has asked the state associations to keep a Plan B ready in case the verdict is not in their favour from the apex court.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 7:05 PM IST