Supreme Court allows amendment to BCCI Constitution on cooling-off period enabling Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah to continue in office

The Court held that the earlier mandate was "unduly stringent" therefore, needed to be modified and the proposed amendment would not dilute the spirit of the cooling-off period.
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The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the modification of the constitution of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) with regard to a mandatory three-year cooling-off period after one term for office-bearers [The Board of Control for Cricket in India v Cricket Association of Bihar].

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