BCCI's adamant approach to implement Lodha committee report clearly indicates that BCCI does malpractices in their account. BCCI may be a private organization, but it deals with public money. Moreover, no organization has any right to carry corrupt practices.
Re: Supreme Court dismisses BCCI's review petition on Lodha refor
by vk pochiraju on Oct 19, 2016 10:17 AM
Yes, do agree must be some discrepancies but why particularly at the NDA time? When public money involved, there is a system of AUDITING accounts. If required CAG directly could do something, if irregularities are there by BCCI then approach Apex Court. In this case giving some doubts of integrity of some people, how, a members from some state directly filed petition before the SC, immediately SC Bench directed BCCI to take steps. That is why in the Affidavit by BCCI pressed as "neither noted the contentions and facts correctly, nor dealt with the same". Apex Court also need not have to take that much interest on private organs as they have their own byelaws, constitution, etc. Within the frame work of constitution of themselves they act so.
What is this BCCI upto? What does it think itself, above the constitution (not BCCI's)? What has prompted it to avoid by hook or crook to implement Justice Lodha recommendations? There must be some mystery behind it. Concerned politicians of BCCI are also silent.
Congratulations to SC for the judgement. the only way of BCCI to be out of this is to involve RELIANSE SPORTS AND AMBANIS NITA AMBANI BE ELECTED TO BE BCCI PRESIDENT AND IF THAT ANY PROBLEM HAVE ANIL AMBANI / TINA AMBANI/ OR THE CHILDREN OF MUKESH& NITA AMBANI. M.DAS
Kick the political fith from BCCI - they are poison where ever they poke their finger it is disaster of highest order .Do not worry about the beggars who get doles from time to time too keep them happy -mostly past cricketers