The BCCI on Thursday submitted the first Compliance Report to the Supreme Court appointed justice RM Lodha Panel in regards to the implementation reforms as per the apex court verdict.
“Yes BCCI Secretary Ajay Shirke submitted the Compliance Report late in the evening today (Thursday),” a source close to the panel told PTI referring to the two-page report.
“They say they are preparing a list of all ineligible office bearers and will circulate them to the members shortly,” the source added.
It is learnt that panel will meet on August 28 and the Compliance Report is likely to come up for discussion. The panel wants 11 reforms to be implemented by October 15.
The BCCI has already filed a Review Petition with the Supreme Court seeking recusal of CJI TS Thakur from the case.
At the moment none of the state associations will carry out any reforms till the verdict of Review Petition is out.
The Lodha panel is upheld by the Supreme Court last month. The panel headed by justice RM Lodha was appointed after the 2013 spot-fixing case erupted in which Chennai Super Kings team principal Gurunath Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals owner Raj Kundra were found guilty and then BCCI president N. Srinivasan asked to step down from his post as he has ownership in CSK and Meiyappan is his son in law so Supreme Court didn’t want any influence in the case. Later, Meiyappan and Kundra were found guilty and the two teams as per the IPL law were suspended for two years.
But during the investigation, the Lodha Committee found many flawed activities in BCCI so they come up many recommendations and Supreme Court asked the Indian cricket boards to implement the recommendation in six months.