The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a review petition filed by BCCI to look into the verdict passed by the court in the Lodha panel logjam. The cricket board had asked the court to consider a review of the verdict passed on July 18 where the judiciary body had accepted the recommendations made by the Justice Lodha-led panel which made a wide range of suggestions for BCCI to implement including a bar on ministers and civil servants and those above 70 from becoming its members; one state one vote; cooling off period as the three points of major contention.
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