State associations look to end CoA's reign in BCCI

Three years have gone by with the SC-appointed Committee of Administrators running Indian cricket. BCCI officials now want to take back control.

At a meeting attended by 16 state units it was decided to "move on" with emphasis on getting rid of the Committee of Administrators.   -  Getty Images

State association representatives of BCCI on Monday resolved to end the confrontation related to adopting the new constitution set by the Supreme Court.

At a meeting attended by 16 state units it was decided to "move on" with emphasis on getting rid of the Committee of Administrators.

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Representatives of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Baroda, Saurashtra, Assam, Bengal, Sikkim, Manipur, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

The next hearing of the Supreme Court on the BCCI and the compliance of Board decisions with the Lodha reforms is slated for August 8.

BCCI elections are scheduled to be held in October.