New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India is likely to be a very different place from 2016 onwards, if SC makes the Lodha committee report binding on them.
The panel has recommended sweeping changes for greater transparency in the working of the world's richest cricket body.
Following is the list of recommendations made by the three-member panel headed by Justice Lodha:
One Association of each state will be full member and have the right to vote, Lodha panel recommends.
Lodha Committee recommends relegation of Railways, Services and Universities as Associate members. They also lose voting rights.
The Lodha panel recommends separate governing bodies for the IPL and BCCI.
Lodha panel proposes the constitution and establishment of a players association.
Lodha committee recommends a steering committee headed by former Home Secretary G K Pillai with Mohinder Amarnath, Diana Eduljee and Anil Kumble as members.
No BCCI office-bearer can be Minister or government servant, recommends Lodha panel.
No BCCI office-bearer can have more than two consecutive terms, says Lodha panel.
No BCCI office-bearer can hold office for more than 3 terms with the rider that there will be a cooling off after each term, says Lodha panel.
No BCCI office-bearer can hold two posts at the same time, says Lodha panel.
Lodha panel recommends legalisation of betting.
(With Agency inputs)