Thursday, March 30, 2023

BCCI does not want to reform? Supreme Court’s query to counsel

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“Are you saying the BCCI is refusing to be reformed?” The Supreme Court asked senior advocate KK Venugopal while he was arguing that the Board of Control for Cricket in India is a private society and allocation of funds is a inter-management issue.

During the proceedings of implementing Lodha Committee recommendations, Venugopal also submitted to the bench of Chief Justice of India and Justice Mohammed Ibrahim Kalifulla that complaints can be filed under criminal law or to the registrar of societies, adding that he is bound by the principles of law and only the registrar of societies, under the Societies Registration Act is empowered.

The next date for hearing is April 11 after Venugopal, who was appearing for BCCI and senior advocate Ashok Desai who was representing Punjab Cricket Association, concluded their arguments.


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