New Delhi, Oct 17: The Supreme Court today (October 17) reserved order on Justice RM Lodha Committee's plea to appoint an administrator for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, T S Thakur also said that it would decide whether the Lodha panel should vet the big expenses of the BCCI.
The BCCI, during the course of the arguments, said that it would need more time to implement the Lodha panel reforms.
Earlier the BCCI president, Anurag Thakur told the Supreme Court that he did not ask ICC CEO, David Richardson to write a letter that the Lodha panel reforms amounts to interference.
Meanwhile, during the course of the hearing, the amicus curiae, Gopal Subramaniam sought a directive to the BCCI to appoint an administrator.
Further he also said that civil and criminal contempt charges be slapped against the BCCI for willful disobedience of orders.