The Supreme Court of India has ordered the amicus curiae that it should not consider the name of the people who have crossed the age of 70, as this is itself a breach of the Lodha recommendations.
The apex court has now delayed the order to name a new panel, which will run the working of the board, till the election is held on January 30, to appoint the new committee and boss for BCCI.
The court has reportedly rejected the names suggested by Gopal Subramaniam as all the names in his list have already crossed the age of 70, with Bishan Singh Bedi and Farokh Engineer leading the race.
The court has asked the board and the centre to recommend three names in a sealed envelope, who will represent BCCI in ICC meet in the first week of February.
On the other hand, Mukul Rohtagi, the attorney general of India has requested the apex court not to nominate the administrator for next two weeks.
The court has also refused to put a stay order on its verdict in which they sacked the BCCI’s President Anurag Thakur and the Secretary Ajay Shirke on January 2.