BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah have been running the Board of Control for Cricket in India in spite of their residencies reaching a conclusion in July and May 2020 individually. Notwithstanding, their days could before long be numbered. As per a media report, in a request passed by a three-judge Supreme Court bench seat headed by L Nageswara Rao, the issue of whether Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah will keep on being in charge of the BCCI will be recorded for the last hearing on 9 Dec. This is the first occasion when the Supreme Court has shown that they would need to close this issue as it was not taken up for quite a long time due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
On 9 Dec, the last hearing could end up being a definitive advancement in the execution of the Justice RM Lodha panel board changes that were established in the wake of the betting and fixing outrage that shook the Indian Premier League in 2013. Nonetheless, the execution of the changes has not been smooth, with a few details slowing down the activity.
The Supreme Court affirmed the new constitution of the Board of Control for Cricket in India that was drawn up by the CoA Directors in view of the Lodha Advisory group’s suggestions to rebuild the board in 2018. The central issue in the Lodha board’s proposals of the chilling time frame was that an authority needs to go through the compulsory chilling period following two sequential three-year terms on the Board of Control for Cricket in India or state, or a blend of both.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has contended that the workplace carrier’s chilling period should be viewed as just in the event that they complete six years in a state or just in the Board of Control for Cricket in India and not a blend of both. Nonetheless, the Expert said that “It was destiny achieve once the constitution was endorsed in 2018. A few Chief Justice of India have heard this case and on the off chance that the BCCI has its direction, at that point it will be the demise of the Lodha Committee reforms.