BCCI is an independent entity, every aspect of it can’t be controlled

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The Supreme Court noted that the BCCI is an autonomous entity and cannot micro-manage its operations.

The Supreme Court’s comments came during a hearing on the Board’s request to change its constitution in order to eliminate the required cooling-off period for office holders across state cricket associations and the BCCI, including its President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah.

The top court announced that it would continue the hearing on Wednesday and issue an order, adding that the cooling off period will not be eliminated between the terms of office holders since “the point of the cooling off period is that there should be no vested interest.”

Between serving two terms in the state association, the BCCI, or both, an office bearer is required to serve a three-year cooling-off period.

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