The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) will soon be registering its ‘new’ constitution that incorporates the Lodha Committee reforms with the Charity Commissioner, a top official said Monday. Also Read - IPL Won't be a 10-Team Event as BCCI Plans to Add Just One More Franchise For Now: Report

The MCA Committee of Administrators (CoA) comprising Justices (retd) Hemant Gokhale and V M Kanade Monday called a meeting of the Managing Committee members to take a call on the matter, it is understood. Also Read - India May Pull Out of Asia Cup 2021: Report

“The MCA will be putting up the revised draft of the ‘new’ Constitution on its website for three days. If the members still have any suggestions, they can give us. Also Read - Navdeep Saini Injury Update: BCCI Team Monitoring Fast Bowler After he Complained of Groin Pain

“We will register the new Constitution with the Charity Commissioner, most likely in the next week,” the official, who attended the meeting, told PTI on condition on anonymity.

The BCCI on August 21 had registered its new constitution with the Registrar of Societies of Tamil Nadu in Chennai, paving the way for its Committee of Administrators (CoA) to chalk out a roadmap for conducting elections.

The BCCI CoA had said the state associations have to conform to the judgement of the Supreme Court and report compliance within 30 days.

The Lodha panel has recommended wide-ranging structural and administrative reforms in the BCCI and its affiliates.