Supreme Court on Friday barred the BCCI from releasing funds to 12 state associations if the Lodha committee reforms are not fully implemented by the national body. The order further stated that they must pass a resolution to implement the reforms or no funds will be disbursed to the state bodies. BCCI in its response said it wasn’t running away from reforms to which the Court replied that the board should move in the right direction in that case.
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