BCCI to meet again on 22 August to discuss about the FCR
Board of Cricket Control in India’s (BCCI) working committee to meet again on August 22 at New Delhi to converse about the ‘First Compliance Report’ (FCR) on the advocacies made by Supreme Court-appointed Lodha panel.
The Lodha committee conducted a survey on the board’s structure and found eleven pillars needed to be changed immediately within a six-months time period which end at September 30. The major changes suggested in the report of the Lodha panel are of ‘one-state-one-vote’ basis, age limitations, code of conduct for players and officials and retaining government jobs as well as being a member in board should be abolished.
Currently, Lodha commission says the board must table the compliance report to the three-member panel within August 25, as the day serves as a deadline for the board. If they are unable to do so, the board will be charged of showing disrespect to the Court.