It was also stated that apart from no election in the AGM, no business related to the 2016-17 season could be conducted as of now    Getty Images (Representational Image)
It was also stated that apart from no election in the AGM, no business related to the 2016-17 season could be conducted as of now Getty Images (Representational Image)

The Justice Lodha committee, that has set new reforms to be implemented in the India’s parent cricket body the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), is visibly frustrated, and has expressed their impatience over BCCI’s delay in implementing the new reforms. A close committee official on Monday stated: They [BCCI] have to be like little school boys and obey and implement the recommendations according to the specified timelines. We are getting sick and tired of this. Let s see what happens on Wednesday [in the AGM]. It was also stated that apart from no election in the AGM, no business related to the 2016-17 season could be conducted as of now, and also a strong possibility of an administrator being appointed, if BCCI fails to implement the reforms within time, as suggested by the Supreme Court on July 18.

The source also added that no plans related to the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2017 can be executed as of now, while the BCCI have already launched the tender process for media rights related to the event. The committee on Sunday posted a letter, dated August 31st, on their website, which was addressed to Rahul Johri, the BCCI CEO and also marked to Anurag Thakur, the honorable BCCI president, along with secretary Ajay Shirke, which reminded the BCCI regarding the Directions from the Supreme Court Committee , reports The Hindu.

As per the first Compliance Report submitted by the Secretary BCCI, it was stated that an AGM is proposed to be called on 21.9.2016 to transact routine business . The Committee now directs that this AGM be limited only to routine business concerning the past year (2015-2016), and that any business or matters relating to the next year (2016-2017) be dealt with only after the adoption of the MoA and Rules as per the recommendations of the Committee, said the letter. BCCI announce new financial partner

At the meeting with the Secretary BCCI on 9th August 2016, specific directions were given to ensure that all bids, tenders and contracts entered into by and on behalf of the BCCI after 18.7.2016 are to comply with the requirements of the recommendations, it added. Indian blind cricket team needs recognition from BCCI, KSCA

The letter also marked and highlighted the references from the judgement of the Supreme Court: Needless to say that the BCCI and all concerned shall cooperate and act in aid of the Committee and its directives. Should any impediments arise, the Committee shall be free to seek appropriate directions from this Court by filing a status report in that regard.