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The four states that are under scanner are Odisha, Assam, Jammu and Kashmir and Hyderabad Getty Images (Representational Image)

New Delhi: The Supreme Court appointed Lodha Panel on Thursday instructed the BCCI to furnish the reports by accounting firm Deloitte on four state units before deciding on disbursal of funds for their players’ payments, allowances and other expenditures. The deadline given is November 8. The four states that are under scanner are Odisha, Assam, Jammu and Kashmir and Hyderabad. With reference to the letter sent by BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke on October 28, panel secretary Gopal Shankarnarayan stated: “With regard to the Associations of Orissa, Hyderabad Jammu & Kashmir and Assam mentioned by you, you are directed to furnish the Report obtained by the BCCI from M/s. Deloitte on State Associations, as well as any undertakings submitted by the State Associations pursuant thereto. “This shall be submitted within 5 days from today. It may be noted that the question of release of funds to these Associations is also governed by Para 20(i) of the Supreme Court’s order.” FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs England, 1st Test at Rajkot

Earlier, The Supreme Court appointed Lodha Committee on Thursday told the Indian Cricket Board that the proposed MoU between England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and BCCI is not a part of the mandate and no directions can be issued on payments unless details are furnished.

Secretary Ajay Shirke had sought directions from the committee that since home board makes all the arrangements and payments for the visiting team during a bilateral series, whether they could ask ECB to make their payments as BCCI can t carry out financial transactions. In their response, Lodha panel has stated: The proposed MoU between BCCI and ECB concerns bilateral cricketing policy, the formulation of which is not a part of the mandate of the Committee. As far as payments are concerned, if they are to be made directly by the BCCI, no directions can be given by this Committee until relevant details are furnished by the BCCI.