New Delhi: The Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) yesterday moved Supreme Court in a bid to stall BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur from contesting the scheduled election to President's post, contending that a charge-sheeted person cannot contest under the Lodha Committee recommendations.
The CAB, in its plea, said there are two charge sheets filed against Thakur, including the one relating to construction of a cricket stadium in Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh under the Prevention of Corruption Act and in one case, charges have been framed.
It said that it will not be appropriate to fill the vacancy caused by incumbent Shashank Manohar's resignation by conducting an election till the pendency of the matter relating to the administrative reforms as it is listed for hearing on June 30.
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