Supreme Court on Thursday asked BCCI to implement directions of Lodha committee for reforming the cricket body or the Court will be forced to take hard steps and pass necessary orders. The court is likely to produce an order in this regard on Friday if the BCCI fails to comply with the undertaking required.
The court pulled up the cricketing body for its payment to the tune of Rs 500 crore to state associations without due process and transparency especially with some of the local bodies not complying with the law.
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