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Mumbai’s voting power in BCCI stripped off

DNMUM385219 | 3/20/2017 | Author : dna correspondent | WC :299 | Sports



   
Mumbai: There was an eerie silence in Mumbai’s cricketing circles since Saturday when the Supreme Court (SC)-appointed Committee of Administrators (COA) put up the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) new constitution on its official website.
The new constitution saw the giant in Indian cricket circuit, Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), losing its status as a permanent voting member of the BCCI, with the Maharashtra Cricket Association being made a full member.
The Lodha panel, appointed by the SC, had recommended a one-state-one-vote policy.
It’s not just MCA, but Ranji teams like Saurashtra, Vadodara (both Gujarat), Vidarbha and Hyderabad also lost their voting status and are now associat
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