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.

 

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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.

 

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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.