What's in store for BCCI?

The Supreme Court, today, is expected to make its final call on BCCI's refusal to implement all the recommendations of the Lodha Committee. Catch all the updates from today's hearing.

Anurag Thakur, IPL

BCCI president Anurag Thakur has been against implementing all of the Lodha committee's recommendations.

Here are the updates:

15:53 Reports: Supreme Court reserves order on Lodha panel's plea to appoint administrator for BCCI.

15:25 Reports: Amicus Curiae Gopal Subramaniam asks Supreme Court to appoint an administrator or ask the Lodha Committee to do so.

14:42 BCCI president Anurag Thakur, in his affidavit, says: "During the meeting (on August 6 and 7), [...] I pointed out to Chairman of ICC, Mr. Shashank Manohar that when he was the President of BCCI he had taken a view that the recommendations of the Justice Lodha committee appointing the nominee of the CAG on the Apex Council would amount to governmental interference and might invoke a suspension from ICC.

I therefore requested him that he being the ICC Chairman can a letter be issued clarifying the position which he had taken as BCCI President.

Mr. Manohar explained to me that when he had taken the stand, the matter was pending before this Hon'ble Court. However on 18.07.2016 this Hon'ble Court delivered its judgment in the matter. In the said judgment, this Hon'ble Court has rejected the submission that the appointment of the nominee of CAG on Apex council would amount to Governmental interference and had also held that the ICC would appreciate the appointment as it would bring transparency in the finances of the Board."













13:50 BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke is in the Supreme Court for the hearing.

13:48 >Thakur: 'It isn't easy to change the Board's structure in one go'

13:47 BCCI president Anurag Thakur, in his affidavit to the Supreme Court, has denied asking the ICC to say that the Lodha reforms would amount to government interference.