BCCI angers supreme court by failing to implement anti-corruption measures


INDIA’S top court slammed the country’s powerful cricket board on September 28 for failing to comply with stipulated reforms following corruption scandals, saying its officials were “behaving like lords”. The supreme court instructed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to “fall in line” with a retired judge’s proposals for sweeping changes to the cash-rich organisation’s structure and way of working. Former chief justice Rajendra Mal Lodha and his panel told the court that the BCCI’s heads should be replaced as they were dragging their heels on the reforms, adding that a string of emails to officials had…

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