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Mumbai, July 8: The BCCI committee on Lodha Reforms today (July 8) included demarcation of functions performed by honorary office-bearers and paid professionals to the list of reservations it has about the implementation of the Supreme Court order.
Three other points are 'One State One Vote', Cooling off period of three years after every tenure and also doing away with 'Cooling off period' for Apex Council members (as and when Lodha Reforms are implemented).
However, it was bad luck for 'Special Invitee' Niranjan Shah, whose demand for inclusion of the age cap of 70 years, didn't figure in the four-point reservations.
Also, Jatin Paranjpe and Gagan Khoda's chances of re-entry into the selection committee look dim as the five-member panel also does not figure in the priority list.
But the most notable point was the demand for segregation between office-bearers and paid professionals.
The role of



an honorary secretary, which currently Amitabh Chaudhary is performing, is at times directly clashing with Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Rahul Johri.
'We have been able to reduce our reservations from seven to four points. One of the points is the dynamics involving powers and functions between office-bearers and professionals.
'That needs a review. That's the view of the special committee,' Chaudhary told reporters without elaborating further.
In earlier regimes, the president, secretary, and treasurer wielded a lot of power being executive functionaries with the supreme authority in decision-making -- both administrative and financial.
However, the Lodha reforms have suggested a lot of power being rested with the CEO. Johri, in fact, had once convened a selection committee meeting at the behest of the Committee of Administrators (COA), something that didn't go down well with the former Jharkhand top cop.
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