New Delhi, July 27: The Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) top brass is yet to "formally inform" the Supreme Court appointed Lodha Committee about the scheduled meeting that is going to take place on the implementation of the reforms post the apex court verdict.
In another development, the Special General Meeting that was convened on August 5 in Mumbai has been shifted to Delhi as the Parliament is in session at the moment which means that BCCI president and BJP parliamentarian Anurag Thakur along with Congress MP Rajeev Shukla need to be in the capital.
On the BCCI-Lodha panel meeting, till Wednesday afternoon (July 27), the panel members have not received any official intimation about the meeting date of August 9, which has been making rounds.
"There are reports in the media about August 9 being the date when BCCI official is going to meet the panel but there has been no official intimation till date. Also it must be mentioned that there were two e-mails sent to the office-bearers regarding the implementation of SC verdict but none of the BCCI top officials replied to the two emails sent," a source close to the Panel told PTI today.
The BCCI members are set to meet in the national capital next Friday to decide the future course of action and also take the viewpoints of the various state associations who still have not got the conceptual clarity about the nine-year tenure as an office-bearer and the subsequent cooling off period.