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Lodha committee's report on BCCI- Live updates

Updated: 04 January 2016 13:50 IST - Published: 04 January 2016 13:18 IST
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This is the structure of BCCI proposed by the Lodha committee.
This is the structure of BCCI proposed by the Lodha committee.
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And no member can have two consecutive terms.
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The Panel made it clear that no BCCI office-bearer can hold office for more than 3 terms.
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The panel suggests that if an office-bearer of any state association is elected to BCCI, he has to resign from his post in his state association.
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Former India cricketers Mohinder Amarnath, Anil Kumble and woman cricketer Diana Edulji to form a steering committee for the players’ association​.
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Former IPL COO Sundar Raman has been given a clean chit by the Lodha Panel as they feel that Raman's failure to inform IPL Governing Council of betting by team owners was not motivated.
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The panel made it clear that the players and match officials should not indulge in betting and have to disclose their assets.
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The panel suggests to legalise betting with an inbuilt mechanism.
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Panel wants the chairman of the selection committee to be the one with maximum Test caps among the zonal selectors and proposes a talent spotting committee.
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The office bearers of BCCI (president, VP, secretary, joint secretary and treasurer) he must be an Indian, but above the age of 70. He must not be insolvent, he must not be a minister or a government servant​ and who has not held office in the BCCI for a cumulative period for nine years.
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Lodha committee wants the BCCI to come under RTI act.
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The panel is in favour of a separate​ players' association.
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The panel has recommended the BCCI to appoint a new CEO to take care of the day to day management of the BCCI. The CEO will be accompanied by six professional managers and they will be responsible to an APEX council.
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The panel wants separate governing bodies for the IPL and BCCI.
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Only one association from each state will be a full member of the BCCI and will have the right to vote. Other members from a state will be relegated to associates. So Maharashtra can have only one side instead of 3 and the same goes with Gujarat as well.
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The panel consulted former Indian cricketers including Bishan Bedi, Kapil Dev, Ganguly, Tendulkar, Dravid, Kumble etc for getting a report.