The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) at the end of its Special General Meeting (SGM) on Monday has decided to form a committee for the smooth implementation of the Lodha panel reforms. Also Read - IPL 100 Per Cent Possible if Coronavirus Pandemic is Contained by October: Ashish Nehra

The board’s acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary that a committee will be formed for effective and fast implementation of the Lodha reforms. Also Read - Revenue Loss of Rs 2,000 Crore For BCCI if IPL 2020 is Called Off: Report

“BCCI will form a committee to see how best could the Lodha reforms be implemented and the fastest. The committee will have its first recommendations in a fortnight’s time and BCCI office bearers will decide how many members will constitute this committee, which could be five or six,” Choudhary was quoted saying at the end of the SGM. Also Read - Virat Kohli Had That Something Extra to Succeed at Highest Level: Dilip Vengsarkar

Then the appointed panel will meet the Committee of Administrators (CoA), who will be having a final say on the matter.

“The committee will go into each and every action point necessitated by the principle (SC) judgement and then only those exceptional and limited areas of difficulties would be brought to the notice of the COA who will thereafter decide the course of action,” Choudhary said.

The BCCI had its SGM in Mumbai, where the focus was the implementation of the Lodha panel reforms.