Two enemies were, are they the best friends right now? Two former BCCI president, together, are not playing ‘sports’ with the administration committee formed by the Supreme Court? The people of the board believe that after the Supreme Court’s decision, the life of the people has changed completely. Despite this, the people of the board have not yet left the expectations. Due to this hope, it has been decided to form a committee to solve the problems faced by implementing Lodha Committee’s recommendations.
According to the English newspaper The Telegraph, a senior official of the board has said, “Srinivasan, Thakur and even Ajay Shirke have been gang-ups. Together these are obstructing the implementation of Justice Lodha’s recommendations. ‘ Interestingly, the committee which was in favor of forming, BJP President and President of Gujarat Cricket Association Amit Shah also included. According to the newspaper, Amit Shah sent a message to his son Jay. However, this could not be confirmed.
According to the board officer, “the decision to be together is Sunday night. When the proposal was placed before the administration committee, the work of becoming a gang started. It was hoped that a wise middle path would emerge. This will also improve the image of the board. Such a proposal will be placed in front of CoA. But this did not happen. ‘
Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke had to withdraw from the post of Board President and Secretary after the Supreme Court decision. Srinivasan was part of SGM at the time of the Tamilnadu Cricket Association. The people who got separated in SGM include Rajiv Shukla, Jyotiraditya Sindhiya and Abhay Apte.
It is being said that one group who agreed to implement the Lodha committee’s recommendations, withdrew from their talks in the last minute. Because of this, the picture which came out after SGM is the sign that people are not ready to accept the order of the Supreme Court of 18 July 2016.
19 The League has already submitted the proposal before the Supreme Court. According to the Telegraph, Srinivasan and his people also included objections to the maximum 70-year-old cap, in the proposal. However, in the Sangh, the maximum nine years cannot be raised.