Full List: BCCI’s stance on key reforms

Here's a look at the stance of the Indian cricket board on the key reforms suggested by the Lodha panel.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 19, 2016 1:09 pm
BCCI, Lodha committee, Lodha panel, Lodha, BCCI news, Indian cricket team, bcci reforms, Indian cricket board, sports, cricket news, cricket BCCI set to discuss Lodha reforms in its Special General Meeting on Friday. (Source: File)

To be accepted

1) Compliance to the ‘avoidance of conflicts’

2) No uniform grants from the BCCI

3) No proxy vote

4) Adherence to transparency

5) Appointment of ethics officer and ombudsman

6) Appointment of electoral officer for elections

7) Create ways to generate revenue

8) Mandatory update of website

9) Women and players’ induction into committees

10) Each district to have a ground.

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To be rejected

1) One state, one vote

2) BCCI under RTI

3) Restrictions on ministers and govt servants from assuming office

4) One person, one post

5) Governing body should comprise nominated players

6) Vacate the state association post if an individual becomes a BCCI official

7) Forming an independent selection panel comprising ex-cricketers that won’t be answerable to governing body

8) No zonal rotation/nomination for BCCI president

9) No zonal nomination for BCCI vice-president

10) To make existing stadiums ‘amenable to other sports’

11) Ad-free cricket on television.

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1) Appointment of a manager/CEO.

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