Before the general meeting on August  5, Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) to come across  in a special meeting on Tuesday to discuss about the Supreme Court  verdict at Mumbai. Anurag Thakur along with the other heads of the association had a big bump after the verdict of Supreme Court.


The Lodha Panel’s recommendation was more or less accepted by the Court which gave a big blow to the BCCI members. Lot of amendments had to be done in the structure of the association where as some of the recommendations were disliked by  members. Structural changes include adaptation of one-state-one-vote policy, to maintain an age gap of 70 years which means no member shall be entertained in the association over 70 years of age and no Government employee can be the member of BCCI, not even at lower level.

BCCI is unhappy with the decisions of Supreme Court and therefore they are into a meeting to decide their own visions on the decision. They will be there to discuss about another burning topic of whether the proposed plan of conducting a T-20 series against West Indies to be implemented or not in Florida, USA at the end of this month.

The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) already conducted a meeting with their members on the Supreme Court verdict. MCA president Sharad Pawar told press conference that they would write to BCCI about the clarification of this issue.