Delhi: The Supreme court of India has appointed former CAG Vinod Rai as head of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) along with noted historian Ramachandra Guha, former Indian cricketer Diana Edulji and IDFC official Vikram Limaye.

Supreme Court has declined government request to appoint secretary of sports ministry as the member of the committee.In earlier judgement, apex court debars ministers and govt servants from holding office in BCCI.

Supreme Court also named Amitabh Chaudhary and Anirudh Chaudhary of BCCI and Vikram Limaye to represent BCCI at the ICC meeting in the first week of February.

On January 24, SC rejected names that was submitted by BCCI , but granted senior lawyer Kapil Sabil permission to provide suggestions for an interim panel to run Indian cricket.

In its order from January 2, during which it had removed Anurag Thakur as BCCI president and disqualified all the board and its state association office bearers who had failed to meet the new norms set by the Justice Lodha Committee, the SC had stated that cricket administrators would be allowed to hold office for a cumulative period of nine years, inclusive of the time they hold office in their respective state associations as well as the BCCI. 

 

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