Supreme court gave its final verdict on BCCI vs Lodha panel and ordered to remove Anurag Thakur from the post of BCCI president. Also, Apex court ordered Ajay Shirke to remove from the post of Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India.Also Read - No Hardik Pandya; Irfan Pathan Reckons Mumbai Indians Should Retain Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Kieron Pollard And Ishan Kishan
India.com takes a look at Anurag Thakur’s career as cricket administrator: Also Read - IPL 2022 Mega Auction: 5 Players Lucknow Can Eye For Upcoming Season
2000 — Anurag Thakur takes over as president of Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association.
2000 — Anurag Thakur plays only first-class match to be eligible for national junior selector’s post. Is soon appointed junior national selector.
2011 — Anurag Thakur becomes a BCCI office bearer for the first time, is elected joint-secretary in N Srinivasan’s administration.
2013 — Anurag Thakur speaks out against the spot-fixing fiasco in the IPL and asks for all tainted cricketers and officials to be removed.
2015 — With the SC sidelining Srinivasan, Jagmohan Dalmiya is appointed new BCCI chief and Anurag Thakur takes over as secretary.
2016 — Anurag Thakur becomes the second youngest BCCI chief at 41. Only Fatehsingh Rao Gaekwad was appointed BCCI president at 33.
2017 — SC removes Anurag Thakur as BCCI chief after the cricket body failed to implement the recommendations of the Lodha panel despite repeated warning from the apex court. Also Read - IPL 2022 Retention: No Dinesh Karthik; KKR May Retain Sunil Narine, Varun Chakravarthy, Shubman Gill And Venkatesh Iyer Ahead of Mega Auction