The Board of Control for Cricket in India will file an affidavit in the Supreme Court pointing out "the anomalies and difficulties encountered" in the implementation of the Justice Lodha committee's recommendations. The decision was taken at a Special General Meeting of the cricket body in Mumbai on Friday.

According to a BCCI press release, the current secretary of the organisation Anurag Thakur has has been authorised to file the affidavit.

The BCCI has been under pressure to implement the Justice Lodha recommendations after a directive from the Supreme Court in February. A bench comprising Justices Thakur and Kaliffula told the BCCI, "If you have any difficulty in implementing it, we will have the Lodha Committee implement it for you." The committee, constituted to look into the 2013 spot-fixing scandal, had recommended an overhal of BCCI, including changes to the sport body's power structure.