Apex court puts off hear­ing till Nov 29

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state units in dif­fer­ent ca­pac­i­ties and are able to pro­cure nom­i­na­tion as rep­re­sen­ta­tives to the SGM,” the sta­tus re­port stated.

Dur­ing the last hear­ing on Septem­ber 21, the Supreme Court had warned the three of se­ri­ous con­se­quences in case they con­tin­ued to defy the July 18, 2016 or­ders. The court, how­ever, ex­empted the three of­fi­cials from per­sonal ap­pear­ance. The three were present dur­ing the last hear­ing on Septem­ber 21 as well as on Mon­day.

Am­i­cus in­formed the SC that un­der COA, the growth in the rev­enues of the Board has been phe­nom­e­nal fol­low­ing the auc­tion of IPL TV rights for next five years.

But the apex court didn’t pass any or­ders re­gard­ing the ap­pointe­ment of two va­cant posts in COA fol­low­ing the res­ig­na­tion of his­to­rian Ram­chan­dra Guha and Vikram Li­maye and posted the mat­ter af­ter one month.

Mean­while, the pe­ti­tioner and Cricket As­so­ci­a­tion of Bi­har sec­re­tary Aditya Verma was also not given chance to ar­gue his mat­ter per­son­ally on Mon­day.

Ear­lier, the court al­lowed Verma to per­son­ally ar­gue his case of how “how Bi­har be­came vic­tim of BCCI’s pol­i­tics af­ter the state bi­fur­ca­tion in 2000”.

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