Only 10 affiliated units respond to CoA’s demand of submitting members list

Only 10 affiliated units have responded to the Committee of Administrators’ demand of submitting their members list. The CoA had asked the state associations to display the list on their respective websites even though some of the units don’t even have a website.

The CoA met with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) office-bearers on Wednesday to decide on some issues. Among the major decisions was to refer India’s participation in cricket at the Olympics to its General Body.   -  AFP

Only 10 affiliated units have responded to the Committee of Administrators’ demand of submitting their members list. The CoA had asked the state associations to display the list on their respective websites even though some of the units don’t even have a website.

“Those who haven’t would be mentioned in the status report to the Supreme Court,” said CoA member Diana Edulji. The CoA is also not pleased with the state of affairs in Hyderabad and has asked for the list of clubs with the owner’s name.

The CoA met with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) office-bearers here on Wednesday to decide on some issues. Among the major decisions was to refer India’s participation in cricket at the Olympics to its General Body.

Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin, however, would have to wait to receive his dues. The Board’s acting president C. K. Khanna insisted it was technical issue that requires the payment to be cleared by the General Body of the BCCI. “It will be cleared,” he said.

On S. Sreesanth, who was cleared by the Kerala High Court on charges of alleged match fixing, Edulji said the Board’s legal team would study the order and advise on the future course of action.

Speaking to the media, CoA member Diana Edulji said the senior men and women selectors would be given Rs 15 lakh each for “doing a commendable” job.

On the 15-day window between international assignments and the Indian Premier League (IPL), Edulji said, “We are trying our best. We will try and adhere to it as far as possible since the Future Tours & Programmes (FTP) are decided way in advance."

The modalities of enhanced payment in domestic cricket to the players and the support staff would also be worked out by the Board’s treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry.

The appointment of managers of India ‘A’ and India under-19 was decided against since these teams don’t feature in the FTP.