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The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a review petition filed by BCCI, seeking to review the Lodha panel’s alleged interference with cricket in India.

The BCCI had asked the apex court to consider a review of the verdict passed on July 18 where the court had accepted the recommendations made by the Justice Lodha-led panel which made a wide range of suggestions for BCCI to implement.
Meanwhile, the BCCI president Anurag Thakur had said on Monday, that the state units are currently confused about some of the suggestions and need more clarity before complying.
The Supreme Court reserved its order on directions to be passed to BCCI for implementation of Lodha panel’s recommendations on Monday.

“You need 3/4th majority to adopt these recommendations. We have done our duty to go back to the state associations and they have to take a call on that. If you don’t have 3/4th majority, you cannot adopt these recommendations,” Thakur told media persons after Monday’s court proceedings.
“Right now, there is more confusion in the state associations on how to implement the recommendations, I think we need more clarity,” he added.


(Inputs: IANS)