BCCI seeks SC directive for IPL-related issues

The CoA will inform the court that the franchise will pay its share of money to the staging association a few days before an IPL match and that the BCCI will remit all dues one month after the final.

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The Committee of Administrators (CoA) -- Vinod Rai (Chairman), Ramchandra Guha and Diana Edulji -- met in Bengaluru on Wednesday to discuss a variety of issues, but mainly matters relating to IPL accounts. Vikram Limaye, who interacted with his CoA colleagues via video-conference, reached Bengaluru for the BCCI awards function late in the evening.

The CoA took note of a letter from the Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) about the remittance of Rs. 30 lakh each from the franchise and the BCCI for a single IPL match and decided that it will take directive from the Supreme Court on March 20.

The CoA will inform the court that the franchise will pay its share of money to the staging association a few days before every IPL match and that the Board will remit all dues one month after the final.

The CoA has scheduled its next meeting on March 17.

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