The Supreme Court Wednesday lashed out at the BCCI for reportedly not complying with its directives on reforms in the cricketing body after the Lodha panel submitted its report accusing the Board of defying orders on many counts.
Chief Justice of India T S Thakur, who heads the special bench that had appointed the Lodha panel to ensure the BCCI reforms itself after adhering to the court orders, warned the Board of adverse directions in case of continued defiance.
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