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The Supreme Court will conduct the hearing in the matter of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) not fully implementing the directives of the Lodha committee reforms today. After the BCCI had submitted a draft constitution of Court in a sealed cover on 30th October, incorporating suggestions of the Justice RM Lodha panel on reforms in the cash-rich cricket body, the SC had fixed November 29 as the next date of hearing.
Ahead of the hearing, here is timeline of the BCCI s Lodha Committee tussle:
The Lodha panel was formed by the Supreme Court of India in the wake of the Justice Mukul Mudgal Committee report that called for reforms within the BCCI. The Mudgal panel had gone into state of affairs of the BCCI, following the 2013 IPL betting and spot-fixing charges.
January 4, 2016:
Lodha panel submitted their recommendations to the Apex Court to overhaul the functioning of the BCCI. These recommendations comprised age cap for office bearers, colling off period, appointment of a Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) official for the board, no ad breaks during IPL, appointment of CEO and CFO to the board, one state one vote etc.
February 4, 2016:
SC had set a deadline of March 3 for the board to respond to the Lodha reforms and said they find no reason to disagree with the recommendations of the committee.
February 19, 2016:
BCCI decided to challenge the Lodha recommendations in the Supreme Court. However, the board had agreed to one of the suggestions – the appointment of a chief executive office (CEO) and chief financial officer (CFO).
March 1, 2016:
BCCI filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court challenging the Lodha panel reforms.
March 3, 2016:
SC also questioned BCCI for showing resistance to one state-one vote suggestion.
April 5, 2016:
SC lambasted BCCI for their funds allocation policy and irrational distribution of funds to the affiliated states
April 8, 2016:
SC also opposed BCCI’s idea that that any judicial intervention in its day-to-day operations would undermine their autonomy.
April 19, 2016:
SC came down heavily on the suggestion that one state-one vote recommendation would lead to politics within the BCCI.
April 20, 2016
: Rahul Johri appointed as the CEO of BCCI.
April 29, 2016:
SC was not ready to buy BCCI’s suggestion that the age-cap of their office bearers should be 70.
May 3, 2016:
SC said that the implementation of the Lodha reforms will benefit the BCCI and its functioning as it lacks trasparency.
June 30, 2016:
The judgement was reserved by the SC, stating that a written judgement will be handed to both the BCCI and the Lodha panel, before July 22.
July 18, 2016:
The Apex Court gave nod to majority of the Lodha panel recommendations and the board a time frame of four to six months to implement the same in toto.
August 2, 2016
: BCCI formed a legal panel, headed by former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju, to interact with the Lodha panel regarding the reforms.
August 7, 2016:
Katju termed the Lodha panel’s recommendations as ‘bogus’ and added that the apex court can’t force the BCCI to accept the reforms.
August 9, 2016
: The board was given the deadlines by Lodha panel for the implementation of the recommendations.
August 16, 2016:
BCCI filed a review petition against the July 18 SC judgement.
August 22, 2016:
BCCI made an announcement to hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on September 21. But the Lodha panel also made it clear that it will be illegal if the recommendations are not adopted.
August 31, 2016:
Lodha panel asked the BCCI to form a new IPL governing council by December 30.
September 21, 2016:
BCCI had appointed MSK Prasad as the chief of the five-member selection committee. Though, the Lodha panel had recommended to reduce it to three members.
September 30, 2016:
BCCI missed the first deadline set for September 30, and also failed to adopt the Memorandum of Association and Rules and Regulations at its SGM. While in contrary to their parent body, Vidarbha and Tripura accepted Lodha recommendations in toto.
October 1, 2016:
BCCI rejected three major recommendations of the Lodha panel.
October 15, 2016:
The board failed to get a two-third majority among the member associations for implementing the Lodha recommendations in totality.
October 17, 2016:
SC reserved order on the judgement in the case.
October 18, 2016:
The hearing of BCCI’s review petition of the July 18 verdict was adjourned.
October 21, 2016:
SC directed the BCCI not to disburse funds to state associations until they accept the Lodha reforms.
December 2, 2016:
BCCI continued their defiance to the Lodha reforms during its latest Special General Meeting (SGM).
January 2, 2017:
Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke removed as president and secretary of BCCI respectively for not complying with the orders of the apex court with regard to implementation of the Lodha committee reforms.
January 24, 2017:
The BCCI was asked to submit its own list of names for office bearers in a sealed envelope by January 27.
January 30, 2017:
SC had appointed former CAG Vinod Rai as head of BCCI’s four-member Committee of Administrators (CoA), to run the affairs of BCCI, which included noted historian and writer Ramachandra Guha, former women’s cricket team captain Diana Edulji and Vikram Limaye, who is then managing director and CEO of IDFC limited.
June 1, 2017:
Ramchandra Guha informed the court that he had resigned from the post due to personal reasons.
July 12, 2017:
CoA complained to the Supreme Court, in its fourth status report, that N Srinivasan and Niranjan Shah’s made numerous attempts to stall the implementation of Lodha reforms.
July 13, 2017:
Ousted BCCI president Anurag Thakur issued an unconditional apology to the Supreme Court with regards to the perjury case against him.
July 14, 2017:
Supreme Court issued notices to Srinivasan and Shah based on CoA’s fourth status report. SC accepted Thakur’s apology and dropped the perjury charges against him.
July 24, 2017:
Srinivasan and Shah have been barred by SC from attending BCCI SGM scheduled for July 26.
August 16, 2017:
CoA submitted their fifth status report in which they urged the SC to remove the current BCCI top brass for not implementing Lodha reforms.
September 11, 2017:
CoA submitted draft of BCCI constitution to the Supreme Court.
September 21, 2017:
Supreme Court ordered BCCI to make suggestion on the draft constitution.
October 30, 2017:
A draft constitution of the BCCI was submitted in the Supreme Court, incorporating suggestions of the Lodha panel on reforms. The court decided to hear BCCI’s suggestions on November 29.