According to veteran BCCI administrators, the CoA has deprived BCCI secretary of convening the selection committee meetings since July.
Sourav Ganguly and Brijesh Patel are in the running for key posts in the BCCI with the disqualification rule eliminating some from the electoral roll.
The CoA has also asked the BCCI members to appoint a representative of the state accountant general office to their apex/governing council.
Odisha, Bihar and Uttarakhand associations have been told to submit their registered Constitution to the BCCI by 5 PM on October 13.
The Board will not cover the travel expenses of office bearers, representatives, and others until the conclusion of the election.
Former Chief Justice of India R.M Lodha feels the reforms have been “tinkered” with; “many core recommendations have been affected.”
Some well known cricketers — male and female — who have played for India and for their States in the BCCI domestic tournaments, have entered the ICA election fray.
The CoA had earlier pointed out inconsistencies in the Constitution of the three full members of the BCCI and asked them to make necessary amendments.
The CoA has issued show-cause notices to the TNCA, HCA and MCA for their constitution not being in line with the BCCI Constitution.
Arun Singh Dhumal and Jay Shah are the two strong individuals with political links, who figure as representatives of 38 BCCI members.
Due to a goofed-up election process in Maharashtra, former India players Yajurvindra Singh and Shubangi Kulkarni won’t be able to contest in the elections.
Saba Karim informs the association that Dheeraj Jadhav, whose name figured in the electoral roll under the international male category, has not played international cricket for India.
The CoA has also appointed observers for Rajasthan Cricket Association and the Jharkhand Cricket Association.
The associations are holding polls as per the directives of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators.
Things did not unfold the way Vinod Rai had hoped for, with majority of the BCCI members resisting changes and in no mood to cooperate with the CoA.
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