close
This ad will auto close in 10 seconds

SC verdict out on Lodha Panel; end of innings for these people – See the list!

The verdict has come out to haunt several existing members of BCCI who face a complete shake-up in their association with the Indian cricket's ruling body.

SC verdict out on Lodha Panel; end of innings for these people – See the list!

New Delhi: No entry for Political leaders, age cap of 70 years for all members, straight no to dual post holders; these are the rulings that BCCI have to follow going forward. Supreme Court has given it's verdict on Lodha Panel and have accepted almost all of the recommendations.

The verdict has come out to haunt several existing members of BCCI who face a complete shake-up in their association with the Indian cricket's ruling body.

Here are the members who's jobs are under scrutiny:

Sharad Pawar – Aged 75, is deemed to old to hold a post following SC's verdict.

N Srinivasan – Aged 71, President of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, will not be able to continue his post considering age criteria

Niranjan Shah – The Saurashtra Cricket Association supremo is also too old at 72.

Anurag Thakur – The BCCI President will have to forego his post at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA).

Ajay Shirke – The Maharashtra Cricket Secretary is also a dual post holder.

Aniruddh Chaudhary – Haryana Cricket Treasurer has also been affected by the no-dual post ruling.

Amitabh Chaudhary – Jharkhand Cricket Joint Secretary's current roles are also subject of conflict of interest.

The BCCI is required to implement the changes at their end first and then the state associations will come into the picture.

From Zee News

0 Comment - Join the Discussions

trending

photo gallery

video