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Lodha panel press conference on BCCI report: As it happened...

By Dattaraj Thaly | Last Updated: Monday, January 4, 2016 - 13:33
Zee Media Bureau

Justice R M Lodha panel proposed sweeping changes in order to reform BCCI.

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Lodha on selection committee: Each of the selection committee would comprise three members. The members of the senior selection committee can only be those who have played international Test matches and the one with most Test caps would be chairman. Talent spotting committee comprising three members. All these selection committees would be appointed at the AGM. (via ESPN Cricinfo)

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No BCCI office-bearer can hold office for more than 3 terms with rider that there will be cooling off after each term: Justice Lodha

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One person one post. Also, no proxy voting of individuals: Justice RM Lodha

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Lodha: As regards the office bearers of BCCI - president, VP, secretary, joint secretary and treasurer, certain eligibility criteria has been fixed like, he must be an Indian, he must not be above age of 70, he must not be insolvent, he MUST NOT BE A MINISTER OR A GOVERNMENT SERVANT, and who has not held office in the BCCI for a cumulative period for nine years. Each office bearer will have a tenure of three years and no office bearer can hold the office for more than three terms with the rider that there will be a cooling off after each term - in other words no office bearer can hold terms consecutively. (via ESPNCricinfo)

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Ethics Officer will decide on conflict of interest: Justice Lodha.

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No office bearer can hold office consecutively for two terms, there has to be cooling off period: Justice Lodha

The Supreme Court-appointed Lodha Committee on Monday recommended sweeping reforms for the controversy-ridden BCCI, suggesting a bar on ministers from occupying positions, putting a cap on the age and tenure of the office-bearers and legalising betting.


First Published: Monday, January 4, 2016 - 13:33
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