Jatin Paranjape and Gagan Khoda who were removed from the All India Senior Selection Committee in earlier last year, have been reinstated and the along with selection committee
Jatin Paranjape and Gagan Khoda who were removed from the All India Senior Selection Committee in earlier last year, have been reinstated and the along with selection committee

Jatin Paranjape and Gagan Khoda who were removed from the All India Senior Selection Committee in earlier last year, have been reinstated and the along with selection committee chairman MSK Prasad, Devang Gandhi and Sarandeep Singh, will be responsible for naming the Indian team final two Tests of the five-match series against England.

As per a report in Sportstar Live,  the Supreme Court in its order on August 9, restored the strength of the senior, junior and women selection committees to five members with the senior most among them being named the chairman.

Paranjape and Khoda had lost their places in the committee in January 2017 after of the Justice Lodha Panel recommendation that the selection committees be trimmed to three members. The duo had not played Test cricket and hence were ousted from the committee.

The report further added that  Anjali Pendharkar and Sudha Shah that their position in the women’s selection committee has been restored.

The women’s selection committee will now consist of Hemlata Kala (chairperson), Shashi Gupta, Anjali Pendharkar, Lopamudra Banerjee and Sudha Shah.

Earlier, The Committee of Administrators (CoA) chief Vinod Rai had clarified that Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman will continue as members of Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) till the new BCCI constitution is adopted and the elections take place.

Also, BCCI today registered its new constitution in line with the reforms listed by the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee.

The board registered the with the Registrar of Societies of Tamil Nadu in Chennai, paving the way for the Committee of Administrators (CoA) to chalk out a roadmap for conducting elections.

The new constitution is in line with the reforms listed by the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee.