The Supreme Court-appointed Lodha Committee had earlier issued guidelines, suggesting that the panel of administrators should not be over the age of 70.
On January 2, the apex court had removed Ajay Shirke and BCCI president Anurag Thakur from their respective posts.
Supreme Court will also replace the top brass of BCCI with a panel of administrators.
Racing against time to get their books in order before SC’s order on reforms recommended by Justice R M Lodha, the Indian board has its hands full.
The BCCI technical committee has already put forward the proposal to play the Duleep Trophy matches in the coming season with under lights.
Anurag Thakure also said that BCCI has earmarked Rs 100 crore for ‘Go Green’ initiative and looking forward to convert existing stadia into green stadia.
Deaf Cricket Society (DCS) officials met Anurag Thakur and congratulated him for becoming the president of BCCI.
As per BCCI constitution, the board secretary acts as CEO, and he represents BCCI in the ICCin the Chief Executive Committee meetings.
Ajay Shirke said that he shares an ‘excellent’ equation with the new President Anurag Thakur and that he is confident of the new team.
Anurag Thakur was elected as new BCCI president by all six units of the East Zone at the SGM in Mumbai.
BCCI to honour former president Shashank Manohar, after he was designated as first independent chairman of ICC.
All six East Zone associations, have decided Anurag Thakur is going to be the replacement of Shashank Manohar.
Rahul Dravid was roped in by BCCI for a professional fee of nearly Rs 2.62 crore — half of which was paid to him on April 2.
Shashank Manohar’s exit comes at a time when cricket administration in India is poised on the edge of change.
BCCI told Supreme Court that betting in cricket matches can be legalised only if a central law is enacted in this regard.