The Lodha Panel Committee has allowed authorization to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to dispense finances directly to the players and authorities of Rajasthan for the Ranji Trophy and all board-sorted out competitions, as indicated by an Indian Express report.
The correspondence went ahead November 15 (Tuesday) after the cricket board had looked for illumination, especially about installments to the Rajasthan Ranji group and the different age-aggregate groups from the state.
The Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) was suspended in May, 2014. The suspension came in the fallout of Lalit Modi being chosen as their state board president, notwithstanding being ousted by the BCCI already. In this manner, RCA was overlooked from the 2014-15 residential season. The cricketing issues of the state are administered by an uncommon impromptu board of trustees named by the BCCI.
Ajay Shirke, the BCCI secretary had kept in touch with the Supreme Court-named board of trustees about the money related crunch encompassing the Rajasthan groups and had expressed that they would not have the capacity to play their next round matches without assets.
“The Hon’ble Justice Lodha Committee has communicated today to the CEO of the BCCI (Rahul Johri) that payments to players and officials can be made directly to them as per the agreed existing terms. This is for all BCCI-organised tournaments. We didn’t have problems for all state associations. They pay themselves (to their players). Because the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) is suspended, the problem was only for them,”