BCCI have been barred from disbursing to its state units, except for cricket linked affairs.
New Delhi: (BCCI) The Board of Control for Cricket in India has moved the Supreme Court to permit them to disburse currency for hosting India’s next two games against England, in the continuing five-game Test series.
The Indian cricket board has been hit tough in their continuing case opposed the Justice RM Lodha-led board, which has Put Forward in one of its status news that the BCCI be barred from disbursing sponsor to state associations. Rendering to the current position, the state units can only receive reserves for cricket-related affairs.
However, the SC permitted BCCI to use their funds to hold the first three Tests contrary to England.
Currently, BCCI has moved the SC to disburse Rs 1.33 crore, in order to host the Chennai and the Mumbai Tests. The apex court is set to hear BCCI’s plea at 3pm on Wednesday.
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Both players are at present in Rajkot and undergoing the final practices previously by the first of the five Tests. There were reports before where BCCI had asked the (ECB) England Cricket Board had probed the visitors to foot the bill until funds were made available for inn stay, travel and other preparations.
BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke had raised suspicions over introducing of the series despite ECB approving to pay for the expenses and the spokesman suggesting the series was going forward as planned.
India at present leads the five-Test series 2-0, after having won in Mohali and Vizag. England wants to win both of the next two Tests in order to bond the series at 2-2. The hosts on the other hand, essential just a draw in the Mumbai Test, in order to win the series.