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Shah at receiving end, but calls court proceedings ‘positive’

Notwithstanding the Supreme Court limiting N Srinivasan and Niranjan Shah from going to the BCCI's July 26 Special General Meeting (SGM), the last named Monday's court procedures as "positive". 

"I think the Supreme Court looked more positive towards us (BCCI and state bodies). Cricket is controlled by its old history. It has nothing to do with political limits. Affiliations like Mumbai, Saurashtra and so forth have a history. Indeed, even Railways has a history. In the Women's World Cup, 10 players were from Railways," Shah revealed to The Indian Express. 

Amid the July 14 hearing, the court had watched: "On the off chance that we investigate the history, we can't deny the commitment made by Railways to cricket. In the event that any wrong has been done, at that point it can be amended." 'One state, one vote', as suggested in the Lodha changes, is a noteworthy bone of conflict for the state bodies, as it limits the voting privileges of some prominent affiliations like Mumbai, Maharashtra, Saurashtra, Baroda and a couple of others. Likewise, according to the Lodha Committee proposals, government foundations like Railways, Services and the Universities lose their voting rights, being consigned to relate participations. 

"The extremely reassuring piece of the Supreme Court hearing today is that the Hon'ble Court has dropped a noteworthy clue as far as rethinking issues like one state-one vote and some different conditions in the Lodha changes. These (Lodha Committee proposals) are not functional," Shah opined, including: "My elucidation is that the Supreme Court today has stated, whatever is basically conceivable you (state affiliations) execute, different issues you return to us (court). I think on July 26 (SGM), insight will win and the individuals will concur on specific issues that should be taken under the steady gaze of the Supreme Court." 

Numerous BCCI individuals have additionally been contradicting to proposals like nine-year term for office-bearers, a three-year required chilling period and the 70-year age top. The previous Saurashtra manager thinks his nonappearance, and that of Srinivasan, is probably not going to change the result of the approaching SGM.

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