Supreme Courtroom ask amicus curiae to look into complaints in opposition to new BCCI structure


PS Narasimha. Picture courtesy: itlos.org

The Supreme Courtroom Thursday requested senior advocate P S Narasimha, the amicus curiae within the case pertaining to BCCI’s administration pending earlier than it, to look into the declare that the brand new structure of the board went past the suggestions of the Justice R M Lodha panel.

A bench comprising Justice S A Bobde and Justice A M Sapre additionally dominated that no different court docket shall entertain or proceed with any matter associated to the BCCI or state cricketing associations until Narasimha gave his report.

The route got here after senior advocate Kapil Sibal, showing for a few of the state cricket our bodies, submitted that “within the BCCI Structure, there are some points that are past the Lodha panel suggestions”. To this, Justice Bobde mentioned the court docket might ask Narasimha to look into it and added “the sport should go on”.

The court docket additionally deputed Narasimha to mediate in any of the disputes between the varied events and informed them to pay him mediation charges. He will even look into the demand for funds by numerous state our bodies.

A Cricket Affiliation of Bihar, in the meantime, raised the difficulty of some officers of the rival Bihar Cricket Affiliation being allegedly caught on digicam demanding bribes from gamers.

The court docket mentioned it’ll look into it solely after a proper utility is filed. “First you set it on path”, the bench informed the counsel.

The court docket additionally refused to grant an pressing listening to to former BCCI chief Anurag Thakur’s plea searching for expunction of sure remarks in opposition to him within the Supreme Courtroom judgment following which he needed to stop his put up.

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