Apex court puts off hearing till Nov 29
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”.