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BCCI's SGM on Lodha reforms to be held on 11 July in Delhi; to discuss special committee report

New Delhi: The Indian cricket board's (BCCI) Special General Meeting (SGM) to discuss the Special Committee report on Lodha Reforms will be held on Tuesday.

Representative photo. AFP

Representative photo. AFP

"The SGM will be held in Delhi on Tuesday (evening) as the coach's interview will be held in Mumbai, a day before. CAB President Sourav Ganguly will be coming from Mumbai," a BCCI official present during the Lodha Reforms meeting told PTI on Saturday.

It will be interesting if Tamil Nadu strongman N Srinivasan, who is a disqualified official, once again defies court to attend the meeting.

The BCCI committee on Lodha reforms on Saturday included demarcation of functions performed by honorary office-bearers and paid professionals to the list of reservations it has about the implementation of the Supreme Court order.

The other three points are one state one vote, cooling off period of three years after every tenure and also doing away with cooling off period for Apex Council members (as and when Lodha reforms are implemented).

However, it was bad luck for special invitee Niranjan Shah, whose demand for inclusion of the age cap of 70 years, didn't figure in the four-point reservations.


The Committee is expected to discuss the four point reservation by the committee on one state one vote, doing away with cooling off from state associations and apex council with clear demarcation between paid professional and office bearers.

The meeting will start at 430 pm.

Published Date: Jul 08, 2017 22:23 PM | Updated Date: Jul 08, 2017 22:23 PM

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