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BCCI Clean-up: Read full report of Justice RM Lodha Committee

The panel suggested reforms in the BCCI and announced a slew of measures, among them that one representation for one state is a fair idea and one association of each state will be a full member of the BCCI and have a right to vote.

Cricketnext Staff |January 4, 2016, 3:48 PM IST
BCCI Clean-up: Read full report of Justice RM Lodha Committee

The Justice RM Lodha Committee on Monday proposed separate governing bodies for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Indian Premier League (IPL) in a bid to partially segregate their functioning, while also suggesting a one-state-one-member pattern for the board.

Submitting its report to the Supreme Court, the three-member committee comprising its former chief justice, Justice Lodha, as also Justice Ashok Bhan and Justice RV Raveendran - former judges of the apex court - suggested reforms in the Indian cricket board and announced a slew of measures, among them that the IPL governing body should be of nine members with the secretary and the treasurer of the BCCI as its ex-officio members.

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