A General Meeting of the BCCI will be held today and there are indications that a majority of its state association are in favour of partial adoption of Lodha Committee reforms in a bid to end the impasse.
The meeting is significant considering Supreme Court will be hearing BCCI’s plea on some of the recommendations which the board has termed as “unimplementable” on April 18. They have directed the BCCI to adopt as many reforms as possible.
The apex court will be hearing the arguments on ‘One State One Vote’ and pruning of the national selection committee which the BCCI has always termed as unimplementable.
It is learnt that a lot of members are in favour that the general body shows enough intent by adopting the reforms partially which would also send a positive signal to the Committee of Administrators (COA) as well as the apex court.
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