Mumbai: The BCCI Working Committee will accommodate in Kolkata on Aug 28 to discuss, among other things, a news and recommendations of a IPL Working Group headed by Rajiv Shukla.
“The notice for a operative cabinet assembly to be hold in Kolkata on Aug 28 has been received,” pronounced Dr PV Shetty, corner secretary of a Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) that is one of a permanent members of a BCCI’s Working Committee.
The IPL Working Group comprising Shukla, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur, treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary and former India skipper Sourav Ganguly as a members along with a Board’s authorised confidant U N Banerjee, was given 6 weeks’ time on Jul 20 to investigate Justice RM Lodha Committee’s sequence and give a recommendations and roadmap for subsequent year’s IPL.
The preference to form a Working Group was taken during a IPL Governing Council assembly in Mumbai final month where members discussed a Justice Lodha Committee’s order, suspending Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals for dual years from a IPL.
The Justice Lodha Committee was constituted by a Supreme Court in Jan this year to announce a quantum of punishment opposite Gurunath Meiyappan, a former group principal of CSK, Raj Kundra, co-owner of a Rajasthan Royals, and a dual franchisees — India Cements Ltd, owners of CSK, and Jaipur IPL, owners of a Royals.
The IPL Working Group has, given then, met all a stakeholders of IPL, including a 6 other authorization teams’ owners, in Delhi and Mumbai and a deadline for submitting
a news and recommendations to a BCCI is Jul 31.