The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) registered Tuesday its new constitution at the Registrar of Societies of the Tamil Nadu in Chennai, as directed by the Supreme Court in its recent ruling on recommendations from the Lodha panel.
The announcement, the Chairman of the Committee of Executive Directors (CoA), Vinod Rai and member, Diana Edulji, has issued a joint declaration stating that they undertake to implement the guidelines of the Apex Court.
"We thank the Honorable Supreme Court for their directions and are pleased to start the trial today by submitting the BCCI new Constitution to the Registrar of Societies of the Tamil Nadu in Chennai. We are committed to the Supreme Court to be fully implemented. ", read the joint statement.
The state associations must comply with the opinion of the honorable Supreme Court and report omissions within 30 days, the statement has been added.
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court in its verdict on the draft constitution submitted by BCCI had given four weeks to the board to register the amended constitution along with all proposed changes.
After approval of the draft constitution, with some adjustments, the court also granted full membership to the Mumbai Cricket Association, Vidarbha and Railways.
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