CoA described N Srinivasan and Niranjan as disqualified office bearers with vested interest

Vastavam web:   In a scathing status report, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) has described N Srinivasan and Niranjan Shah as “disqualified office bearers with vested interest”, who are trying to stall implementation of Lodha reforms.It is fourth status report that has been submitted to the Supreme Court by the CoA. The earlier reports were filed on February 27, March 17 and April 7. The next hearing on the matter is scheduled for July 14.Point seven in the report read:”During the intervening period of three months since CoA filed third status report, every effort has been made by the CoA to build consensus among constituent members of BCCI for adoption of new BCCI constitution. The CoA held two meetings, on May 6 (a day before SGM) and June 25 (a day before SGM) in an attempt to build consensus but all these efforts were to no avail.”
“The SGM held on June 26 was manifestly disruptive.Before the meeting a substantial consensus has been arrived at as a result of mutual deliberations between COA and various constituents members of BCCI.””Such disqualified persons have a vested interest in stalling implementation of judgement because if the judgement is implemented, such disqualified person will have to relinquish control over their respective state associations,” stated point 12.The COA has also submitted an audio file that indicates that during the June 26 meeting, some disqualified members “tried to hijack” the meeting.The COA also mentioned that state units are trying to find a way to accommodate disqualified people as the SC order only speaks of debarring disqualified office bearers from attending the BCCI meetings.Shah was a special invitee at the SGM courtesy being a member of the special committee, formed for the implementation of reforms.