Lodha Panel Report: Top 10 recommendations

Here are the top 10 recommendations of the Lodha committee about BCCI and IPL.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 28, 2016 4:13:46 pm

Lodha committee, lodha, lodha committee cricket, cricket bcci, bcci cricket, india cricket, cricket india, ipl, ipl news, bcci news, lodha committee news, cricket news, cricket Justice RM Lodha headed the committee. (Source: File)

BCCI has allegedly not followed the Justice Lodha led panel’s recommendations into cleaning the sport in the country and bringing the game into repute following matchfixing and corruption scandals in the past. The latest salvo sees Lodha panel submit their report to the Supreme Court bench headed by the Chief Justice of India T S Thakur. The special bench has come down hard on the BCCI for non-compliance and warned the board of adverse directions in case the recommendations are not put in place.

The bench has given BCCI time until October 6 to furnish explanations regarding their alleged non-compliance. Many of the BCCI post holders have questioned the viability of implementing all the recommendations with one state, one vote as one of the biggest points of debate.

Even former cricketers such as Sunil Gavaskar and Kapil Dev have questioned the recommendations with one state, one policy and restricted tenures for officials.

Here are the top 10 recommendations by the Lodha committee

# The panel found not enough evidence against former IPL COO Sundar Raman

# Lodha panel wants BCCI to come under RTI Act

# Lodha panel recommends legalisation of betting

The panel recommends players and BCCI officials should disclose their assets to the board in a measure to ensure they do not bet.

# Lodha panel proposes one state, one vote. Also no proxy voting of individuals

The most contentious point in the recommendations asks BCCI to implement one vote for each state. This means, for example, the large state of Maharashtra with multiple associations in Maharashtra, Mumbai and Vidarbha each have their respective representative and vote during elections. If recommendation is implemented, the entire state will have just one vote.

# No BCCI office-bearer can have more than two consecutive terms

The Lodha panel recommends a maximum of three terms for office bearers with no more than two consecutive terms. It further says there should be a cooling period after each term.

# No BCCI office-bearer can be Minister or government servant, recommends Lodha panel

READ: Explained: To what extent can Lodha report affect BCCI

# In no case President will hold post for more than 2 years

# Lodha panel recommends a steering committee headed by former Home Secy G K Pillai with Mohinder Amarnath, Diana Eduljee and Anil Kumble

# Panel recommends separate governing bodies for the IPL and BCCI

# Lodha Committee recommends relegation of Railways, Services and Universities as Associate members. They also lose voting rights

# Punishment and reforms were the main tasks for the Lodha committee

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