BCCI COA said, TNCA is misinterpreting court order: The BCCI’s Committee of Administrators (SOA) has filed a 20-page petition in the Supreme Court. In which the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) has been accused of misinterpreting the court’s decision.
Earlier on 20 September, the Supreme Court ordered TNCA to hold elections. The order said that the inability of the state unit to contest elections on completion of nine years is limited to the office bearers only.
The COA said in its petition that the Supreme Court’s decision was misinterpreted as if it were to change the main judgment of 18 July 2016 and 9 August 2018. According to the COA, some people have deliberately misinterpreted the Supreme Court verdict as they want to change the main verdict. The COA feels that this may lead to a six-way order violation. First, a non-Indian citizen can come to the managing committee or steering committee.
Second, a person over 70 years of age can become a member of various committees. While it is not approved in BCCI. Third, someone with a weak mind can be elected to committees. Fourth, ministers or public servants may also come to the polls. Fifth, administrators associated with other sports can join it and the sixth can open its doors to those involved in criminal cases.