The COA will be led by former Comptroller and Auditor General of India Vinod Rai.
The other members include historian Ramachandra Guha, MD of Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) Vikram Limaye and former India women’s captain Diana Edulji
They will function as the new interim bosses of the BCCI.
They will run the day-to-day administrations of the cricket body till Lodha reforms are fully implemented and elections held.
The purpose of COA is to implement the terms of the Justice Lodha Committee report and the Supreme Court judgement.
The Board will have to adopt the MoA and Rules and Regulations as specified in the Lodha panel’s report.
The State and member associations will need to make the appropriate changes to their Constitutions and By-laws.
A report outlining the degree of compliance attained by the BCCI and its members in adopting the Lodha recommendations was required to be submitted to the new committee by the organization’s current CEO Rahul Johri.
The term and tenure of elected office bearers, eligibility restrictions, the creation of player associations, the replacement of the working committee with an apex council, the reconstitution of the selection committee, and the empowerment of the CEO are some of the recommendations that the full members oppose.