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Supreme Court to hear BCCI’s plea for amendment in constitution next week

New Delhi: The Supreme Courtroom on Friday stated it’s going to hear subsequent week its plea in search of permission to amend the structure of the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI). This modification pertains to the tenure of BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah.

Senior advocate PS Patwalia, showing for the BCCI, instructed a bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana and Justice Krishna Murari that their software was filed two years in the past and the courtroom directed the matter to be heard after two weeks. was issued.

Patwalia stated, “However then the Covid-19 pandemic began and the case couldn’t be listed. Please record this matter for pressing listening to as modification to (BCCI’s) Structure is pending for 2 years.” Patwalia stated that as per the earlier order of the apex courtroom, its structure could be amended solely after taking prior permission of the courtroom. The bench stated that the matter be listed for listening to subsequent week. Up to now, the Justice RM Lodha-led committee had instructed reforms within the BCCI which was accepted by the apex courtroom.

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