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secretary Amitabh Choudhary (centre) and treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry. Related News IN ONE of the sharpest attacks on Indian cricket officialdom since it took charge in January the Committee of Administrators (CoA) has urged the Supreme Court to remove the top three BCCI office-bearers stating that their conduct was “unfit” and that they weren’t in a position to “make good” on their undertakings of implementing the Lodha reforms While recommending the ouster of acting president C K Khanna acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary and acting treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry the CoA has asked for the management administration and governance of Indian cricket to be entrusted exclusively in their hands till the new set of office-bearers is appointed via fresh elections This is the most stinging and significant of the CoA’s recommendations in their fifth status report that was submitted to the Supreme Court Tuesday three days prior to the next hearing The report mentioned that Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke were removed from their posts of the BCCI president and secretary respectively through an order of apex court on January 2 and that “it was only fair” the current office-bearers be treated in the “same manner” “The current office-bearers of the BCCI have demonstrated scant regard for the directions issued by the Committee of Administrators and continue to flout the same with impunity” the report reads It further reports that the actions of the constituent members of the BCCI constituted “wilful disobedience” and demonstrated “overall resistance” to the Supreme Court’s order The CoA has also came down hard on the cricket board members for deliberately subverting the court directives during the BCCI’s July 26 Special General Meeting (SGM) They also lambasted BCCI CEO Rahul Johri’s exclusion along with that of the legal team from the last SGM for which the Committee had show-caused the office-bearers “…the office-bearers instead of reprimanding the constituent members who were suggesting that BCCI officials including the CEO leave the meeting did absolutely nothing They came up with ingenious answers that CEO left of his own accord Such a stand being taken by the office bearers is most unfortunate” it stated The CoA directive mandated Johri’s presence at the meeting The CEO was excluded citing the Supreme Court order that made only the state association/member office-bearers to attend the meeting But the CoA felt that the decision was “pre-planned and orchestrated” The CoA pointed out how during the SGM the high-court appointed Delhi and District Cricket Association Administrator Justice (Retd) Vikramajit Sen took a dig at the BCCI members saying “There are some things the Lodha Committee had suggested and you are doing everything contrary to that” The diversion tactics of the BCCI office-bearers also came for flak with the CoA noting “The totally neutral expression ‘etc’ was treated as an excuse to bring in a series of issues aimed at unravelling the fundamental core of the reforms” Over the last six months the CoA had tried to build consensus among members informing them that it would be considerate towards one or two practical issues like three-member selection committee and one state-one vote But the BCCI SGM on July 26 objected to five points in the Lodha Committee recommendations — “One state-one vote; disqualifications of office-bearers (above 70 years of age and/or completing nine years with cooling-off periods); powers duties and responsibilities of employers office-bearers functionaries committees etc (have to be dynamic and have to be decided by the board); number of selectors and constitution of the apex council No communication The committee also mentioned another instance relating to the same SGM which showed the BCCI office bearers’ “impunity” revealing that they failed to communicate the decisions taken during the meeting to the Committee despite directions to that effect The CoA also flayed the general body for not adopting the new Conflict of Interest guidelines and the New Fund Disbursement Policy The status report also spoke about prima facie “instances of malfeasance and misfeasance” of funds in certain state associations and asked for a committee to be appointed for investigation They also recommended that the Supreme Court appoint an administrator in each state association to usher in reforms For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 19 2017 2:56 pm Arya performs high risk stunts in his upcoming film Kadambam without using body doubles Related News Actor Arya who is looking forward to the release of his next film Kadambam has a lot to offer his audience Also starring For one his chocolate boy looks have been replaced with a rugged tough look In this film set in the rural background there are a number of stunts that had to be performed We are not just talking about beating up bad guys are outsmarting a villain So while many actors do choose to use a body double Arya chose to perform the stunts himself Director Raghava said that Arya’s dedication and hard work elevated the film to a new level He said “We have successfully broken Arya’s chocolate boy image through the film You see a transformed Arya and his dedication and hard work elevated the film to a new level He performed stunts — which include jumping from a 200-metre high mountain set or shooting amidst 50 real elephants without a body double” The director also explained that the movie is about protecting mother earth and points out that Arya plays the role of the crusader who tries to create awareness about protecting nature Raghava added “The film has an underlying social message while packed with all commercial elements It talks about protecting our nature and Arya plays its crusader” The movie sounds like a grand idea So how did Raghava make the film and how successful was he in bringing his idea alive on screen He seems to be happy with the results so far and is all praise for his crew He said “If not for them the film wouldn’t have been as grandeur as it is now They worked very hard to keep everything as realistic as possible in the film Be it action or romance nothing has been exaggerated for cinematic purpose” Also read |The Great Father: Mammootty unveils Arya’s formidable look watch video Apparently Arya’s role is inspired by children’s favourite jungle man Tarzan The movie is being shot in the jungles and the scene with 50 elephants is speculated to be the climax sequence Also starring Madras fame Catherine Tresa opposite the Raja Rani actor the film is expected to release on April 14 (with inputs from IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News "I have not seen his tweet,Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday sidestepped questions about strain in his relations with Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the latter rejected his plea for central university status for Patna University, the complainant told the court Saturday that he wished to withdraw the complaint. be it on screen or off it! 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