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No end in sight for BCCI-Lodha panel tussle

The stalemate between the Board of Control for Cricket in India and Lodha committee continued to prolong as there seems to be no end to the issue. With the Supreme Court hearing scheduled for Monday, the Indian cricket board met with the affiliated associations to come to a decision on how to go about implementing the Supreme Court appointed Lodha panel’s reforms.

However, they have decided to stand in unison against few recommendations that they felt are bit too much. The reforms like one state one vote, one person one post and three-year tenure and a three-year cooling off period remain a concern for the BCCI and the state associations.

The only associations to accept Lodha panel reforms as they are were Vidarbha, Rajasthan and Tripura. There was discussion about Anurag Thakur’s affidavit that was directed by the apex court. Officials said that he would submit the affidavit on Monday in the court.

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