Supreme Court approves BCCI draft constitution with some changes

Category : India News
Updated On : August 10, 2018 05:51 AM
By Indian Times Daily

The Supreme Court has discarded the 'one state, one vote' policy for the Maharashtra and Vidharbha cricket associations which was recommended by the Lodha panel commission. According to the dumped policy, regional affiliates of the BCCI are not eligible for the voting rights.

          Approving the draft constitution submitted by the BCCI with some modifications, the court granted full membership to Mumbai Cricket Association, Vidarbha, and Railways. In May, the Supreme Court had agreed to reconsider 'one state, one vote' mandate that quashed the voting rights of regional affiliates of the BCCI.

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