The Lodha Committee has recommended wide ranging sweeping reforms in the BCCI including having only one vote per state, age cap of its officials, no simultaneous posts in state and national body along with restrictions on advertisements in televised cricket matches.

"The Members authorised the Honorary Secretary BCCI to file an affidavit in the Hon’ble Supreme Court on behalf of the BCCI pointing out the anomalies and difficulties encountered in implementation of Hon'ble Justice Lodha Committee’s recommendations," the BCCI said in a release after the meeting.

It is also learnt that BCCI has told the state associations that they can file affidavit separately on the difficulties they faced due to the recommendations.

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In fact Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA), who will be affected on two counts losing voting rights due to 'One State One Vote' recommendation which may come into effect and its president Niranjan Shah requiring to quit if the age-cap of 70 is implemented, are moving court.

"We will be filing an affidavit in Supreme Court," SCA supremo Niranjan Shah said today.
     
It has been learnt that some of the points that will be in the affidavit include: The 'One state One Vote' recommendation which means that traditional cricket powerhouses like Mumbai, Baroda lose voting rights. The 'Age Cap of 70 years and cooling off period of three years between two posts will also figure in the affidavit.
     
Not holding position simultaneously in both state and BCCI like secretary Anurag Thakur, treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhary and joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary is another point.

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