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Old rule ends, welcome to new Indian cricket board

DNMUM420014 | 8/10/2018 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :557



New Delhi: Almost two years after passing the orders to clear the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) of its old “self imposed” office-bearers, the Supreme Court of India’s three-member bench on Thursday once again shown them all the “no entry” board.
In simple words, the Apex court verdict has only made marginal changes to the July 18, 2016 judgement, but has once more made it clear that almost all of the old guard have no chance whatsoever to make an entry into the cricket administration.
After 174 hearings and endless resistance from the various quarters, controlling BCCI like their family, the three-member bench only give major relief to some of the old founding member states like Mumbai, Saurashtra, Baroda and Vidarbh
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