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BCCI still opposes four Lodha reforms

BCCI still opposes four Lodha reforms
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India\'s committee formed to analyse the implementation of the Lodha reforms on Saturday submitted a list of four reservations including demarcation of functions performed by honorary office-bearers and paid professionals, \'One State One Vote\', Cooling off period of three years after every tenure and the \'Cooling off period\' for Apex Council members.

Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India's committee formed to analyse the implementation of the Lodha reforms on Saturday submitted a list of four reservations including demarcation of functions performed by honorary office-bearers and paid professionals, 'One State One Vote', Cooling off period of three years after every tenure and the 'Cooling off period' for Apex Council members.

However, it was bad luck for 'Special Invitee' Niranjan Shah, whose demand for inclusion of the age cap of 70 years, didn't figure in the four-point reservations.

Also, Jatin Paranjpe and Gagan Khoda's chances of re-entry into the selection committee seem unlikely as the five-member panel also does not figure in the priority list.

However, the most notable point is the demand for segregation between office-bearers and paid professionals.
The role of an honorary secretary, which currently Amitabh Chaudhary is performing, is at times directly clashing with CEO Rahul Johri's duties.

"One of the points is the dynamics involving powers and functions between office-bearers and professionals. That needs a review,” Chaudhary said.However, the Lodha reforms have suggested a lot of power being rested with the CEO.

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