Supreme Court to appoint new BCCI officials today
New Delhi : It will be a remarkable day for Indian cricket, as the Supreme Court will decide the new office bearer in Indian cricket administration.
It is very likely that Mukul Mudgal, former judge of the Delhi High Court, will be part of the new administratipanel along with former top bureaucrat Gopal Krishna Pillai, ex-CAG Vinod Rai and former India all-rounder Mohinder Amarnath.
Barring Mudgal, the rest of the names were suggested to the SC bench by the court-appointed amicus curiae and senior counsel Gopal Subramanium in the previous hearing, and also had the support of the Justice RM Lodha Committee.
That aside, the CEO of the board, Rahul Johri, will look forward to these new administrators to green light work on the 2017 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
While the dates for the IPL were announced on from April 5 to May 21 massive amount of work is pending with regards to various contracts that need to be given out. That aside, jersey rights of the Indian cricket team are also up for renewal and the new administrators will have to give ensure as soon as possible that formalities are concluded in time for the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy.