The Supreme Court on February 1 refused to modify its order and observed that all three members who have been nominated by itâ€”Vikram Limaye, Amit Choudhury, and Anirudh Chaudharyâ€”will attend the International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting in Dubai from February 2 to 5.
Advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, said out of the three persons, only Limaye was to attend the meeting and that this was against the very tenets of the SC order. A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra said it would hear the matter at 2 pm.
As per ICC rules, one member of a cricket board can represent the body in the meeting.
On January 30, the SC had appointed a four-member panel to run the affairs of the BCCI and implement the reforms recommended by the Lodha panel. The other three panel members included historian Ramachandra Guha, IDFC MD Vikram Limaye, and former Indian women’s cricket captain Diana Edulji.
Also, the COA will place before the court in four weeks the report about the Lodha panel’s reforms to be implemented in the BCCI.