Sticky wicket1 min read 03 Jan 2017, 12:32 AM IST
While it is fulfilling for some to see the political cabal controlling BCCI fall down, a decision of such magnitude must assess the costs as well
At a time when the government seemed to have taken the lead in the fight against black money, corruption and plutocracy, the Supreme Court, the old anti-graft warrior, has struck again. A three-judge bench headed by chief justice T.S. Thakur has sacked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Anurag Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke for failing to comply with a court order on implementing the reforms outlined by the R.M. Lodha panel.
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