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Details of payments made above Rs. 25 Lakh during the month of August 2019

Details of payments made above Rs. 25 Lakh during the month of August 2019  

Date

Party Name

CHQ./RTGS Amt.in INR 

Particulars

01.08.2019

The Indian Hotels Co. Ltd.

3561948

Towards hotel stay charges of TV production crew and commentator during IPL 2019 matches at Mumbai (7th April 2019 to 19th April 2019)-Invoice dated 22/4/2019

01.08.2019

The Indian Hotels Co. Ltd.

2906163

Towards hotel stay charges of TV production crew and commentator during IPL 2019 matches at Mumbai (29th April 2019 to 08th May 2019)-Invoices dated 13/5/2019

02.08.2019

Yourself for Income Tax

60342684

TDS Payment for the month of July 2019

02.08.2019

Yourself for Service Tax

10139000

RCA Statutory Liability - Advance against amount due to association-Outstanding Additional Service Tax Liability of RCA. Invoice no 02/2019-20 dtd 23-7-19

07.08.2019

Star India Pvt. Ltd.

3852777

Towards reimbursement of Women’s T20 Challenger TV production expenses-Invoice no.IS3272000971 dated 9/7/2019

08.08.2019

HOTEL SANDESH PVT. LTD.

6875388

Being stay charges for Inter Zonal U-19 Girls Tournament at Mysore & Mandya

08.08.2019

ITC Ltd. - Rajputana

3825872

Stay charges of BCCI/IPL officials, COA members, Match officials, ACSU, Crescent Comm, Anti Doping, G4S officials, SLOs etc during IPL 2019. (IPL/146/2019)

09.08.2019

Cricket Association of Bengal

4930740

Reimbursement of stay Expenses of Match Officials , Participation and Hosting Subsidy - U-23 Col C K Nayudu Trophy League Matches 2018-19 Inv No CAB/37/19-20 dated 11/06/19. BCCI/HQ/49(B)/3323/2019

09.08.2019

Nielsen Sports (I) Pvt Ltd

3240000

Sponsorship TV Media evaluation Fee for IPL Season 2019

09.08.2019

Sanspeareils Greenlands Pvt Ltd

4648896

Purchase of balls for various association as per Letter No BCCI/HQ/24(C)/3541/2019

09.08.2019

Thomas Cook (India) Ltd

2940452

Foreign currency issue to Team India A for West Indies tour 2019

09.08.2019

Thomas Cook (India) Ltd

3884951

Foreign currency issue to Team India for West Indies tour 2019

14.08.2019

Trade Wings Ltd.

12000000

Ad hoc advance against outstanding travel (air tickets) invoices

14.08.2019

Yourself for GST

1085464744

GST payment of Maharashtra state for the month of July 2019

14.08.2019

Yourself for GST

19985935

GST payment of Karnataka state for the month of July 2019

19.08.2019

The Karnataka State Cricket Association

9720000

Hosting Expenses - Duleep Trophy Season 2019-20 from 17-8-19 to 8-9-19.  Inv No KSCA\19-20-0477 dtd 14-08-19.

20.08.2019

Kerala Cricket Association

10476000

Hosting Subsidy and Expenses towards - India A vs South Africa A - Matches at The Sports Hub, Thiruvananthapuram. Inv no BCCI/2019-20-20 dtd 20-08-19

21.08.2019

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association

16200000

Advance against amount due to association -Hosting Fees 1st T20 Match between India & South Africa at Dharamshala to be held on 15-09-19. Inv no 150 dtd 20-08-19

22.08.2019

Maharashtra Cricket Association

9126461

Advance agst amount due - towards outstanding dues of term loan from various Banks of Maharashtra Cricket Association. Inv no MCA-GST-25 (FY 2019-20) dtd 02-08-2019. Amount paid directly to MCA loan accounts, BOM, Andhra Bank

22.08.2019

Maharashtra Cricket Association

6997542

Advance agst amount due - towards outstanding dues of term loan from various Banks of Maharashtra Cricket Association. Inv no MCA-GST-25 (FY 2019-20) dtd 02-08-2019. Amount paid directly to MCA loan accounts, BOM, Andhra Bank

22.08.2019

Maharashtra Cricket Association

3224800

Advance agst amount due - towards outstanding dues of term loan from various Banks of Maharashtra Cricket Association. Inv no MCA-GST-25 (FY 2019-20) dtd 02-08-2019. Amount paid directly to MCA loan accounts, BOM, Andhra Bank

22.08.2019

Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd

1080000000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

22.08.2019

JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd

735400000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

22.08.2019

Sun Tv Network Ltd

982800000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

22.08.2019

Knight Riders Sports Private Limited

928800000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

22.08.2019

K.P.H Dream Cricket Pvt Ltd

885600000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

22.08.2019

Royal Multisport Pvt Ltd

831600000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

22.08.2019

Royal Challengers Sports Pvt Ltd

788400000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

22.08.2019

Ingenious Creations India

3690161

Supply of clay soil for construction of pitch at SSCB Palam as per Inv No 24, 25 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C)/3720/2019

22.08.2019

Tripura Cricket Association

4068120

Match fee for Ranji Trophy 2018-19 as per Inv No TCA/TIP/2019-19/014 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/49(Q)/3644/2019

23.08.2019

The Karnataka State Cricket Association

4320000

Hosting Expenses - India A & South Africa A Test Match at Mysore from 17th Sept to 20th Sept 2019.  Inv No KSCA\19-20-0514 dtd 20-08-19.

23.08.2019

Yourself for Income Tax

23670567

Tax payment pertaining to PILCOM dues for AY 1996-97

27.08.2019

Secretary, Rajasthan State Sports Council, Jaipur

5087167

Advance against Amount Due - towards Electricity dues to Rajasthan State Sports Council for the period Feb'18 to Mar'19. Inv no 04/2019-20 dated 09-08-19

27.08.2019

Punjab Cricket Association

4217534

Reimb of Expenses, Participation and Hosting Subsidy - U-23 Col C K Nayudu Trophy League and Knock Out Matches 2018-19. Inv no PCA/Cricket/000059 dtd 31-03-19.  BCCI/HQ/49(B)/2629/2019

27.08.2019

Punjab Cricket Association

2892132

Reimb of Expenses, Participation and Hosting Subsidy - U-19 Cooch Behar Trophy League and Super League Matches 2018-19. Inv no PCA/Cricket/000057 dtd 31-03-19. BCCI/HQ/49(H)/2628/2019

27.08.2019

Karnataka State Cricket Association

16200000

Hosting Fees for 3rd T20 India V/s South Africa to be held at Bengaluru on 22-9-19 -Advance agst amount due to association Inv no KSCA/2019-20-0457 dtd 10-08-19

27.08.2019

Chhattisgarh State Cricket Sangh

3140490

Match fee, Subsidy and other expenses for Sr Women T20 2018-19 as per Inv No CSCS/10 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/51(P-1)/3721/2019

27.08.2019

Group M Media India Pvt Ltd

6313773

Advertisement Expense - TV Bills related to March 2019 activity (IPL/152/2019)

27.08.2019

Group M Media India Pvt Ltd

21196671

Advertisement Expense -Print bills related to May 2019 activity (IPL/153/2019)

27.08.2019

JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd

378000000

Balance 3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

27.08.2019

Anil Kumar Chaudhary

4699685

Match fee to Match officials for IPL 2019 as per Inv No 01 and Letter No IPL/155/2019

27.08.2019

Thomas Cook (India) Ltd

3115562

Foreign currency issue to various Officials

27.08.2019

One197 Communications Ltd

4703724

Accrediation services for IPL 2019 (Venues - Delhi, Kolkata & Mohali)

28.08.2019

Punjab Cricket Association

16200000

Hosting Fees for 2nd T20 India V/s South Africa to be held at Mohali on 18-9-19 -Advance agst amount due to association Inv no PCA/Cricket/000017 dtd 13-08-19

28.08.2019

National Insurance Company Ltd

19194175

Premium Payment to National Insurance Co. Ltd - Rs.1,62,66,250 + GST towards TV Production Insurance: Season 2019-20 (Bi-lateral and Domestic matches)

28.08.2019

Hortus Consultant Pvt. Ltd.

8889715

Renovation Outfield by Verti Cutting and Sand filling including contruction of Pitches North East Cricket Associations - Cost of soil provided to Polo ground, Dibrugarh and Jorhat.

29.08.2019

Ramesh Kumar Bansal

8100000

Balance payment of Ground Hosting Fee for IPL 2019 for Jaipur Venue (Ramesh Kumar Bansal- RCA Vendor)

29.08.2019

Indiawin Sports Pvt Ltd

1123200000

3rd Installment of Share of NCR for IPL Season 2019

29.08.2019

ITC Ltd. - Hotel Division

3301452

Being Stay charges for NCA U -23 Women Camp at NCA

29.08.2019

JSW Foundation

2836012

Being stay charges for ZCA U-16 Boys South Zone Camp at Bellary

29.08.2019

Twenty First Century Media Pvt Ltd

6237698

Cost of Venue Dressing and Sponsor Branding implementation services for IPL 2019 as per Inv No TCM/2018-19/0075

30.08.2019

Incentive Destinations Pvt Ltd

3744000

50% advance payment for TV production crew ticket booking for IND vs SF T20 and Test series 2019-20-Invoice no.IPL-19/052 dated 13/08/2019

31.08.2019

Yourself for Income Tax

2000000000

Income Tax payment against Assessment order for AY 2016-17 - Under Protet & Without prejudice

31.08.2019

Gujarat Cricket Association

590000000

Advance Against Amount due to Association - Advance as per COA directions. Invoice No 40/2019-20 dtd 31-8-19


Foreign Payments 

Date

Party Name

Amount in  INR

Particulars

05.08.2019

Global Concierge

8707154

COST OF CHARTER FLIGHT FOR INDIA TEAM ON SECTOR KIGNSTON TO NEW YORK WHILE RETURNING FROM WEST INDIES

13.08.2019

Hawk Eye Innovations Ltd

38001910

HAWK EYE SERVICE FEE FOR IND VS AUS 2019 & IPL 2019

13.08.2019

Crescent Comms Ltd

6413673

TOWARDS PROVISION FOR UMPIRE COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT FOR IPL 2019

16.08.2019

England & Wales Cricket Board Ltd

18561271

PURCHASE OF TICKETS FOR WORLD CUP 2019

16.08.2019

Pulse Innovations Ltd

10994354

TOWARDS REIMBURSEMENT OF HOSTING & CDN SERVICES FOR OCT TO DEC 2018

16.08.2019

Pulse Innovations Ltd

26817600

TOWARDS DESIGN & MAINTENANCE FEE FOR 4TH, 5TH & 6TH INSTALEMENT FOR BCCI WEBSITE

20.08.2019

Spidercam

4315261

Expenses for Transport of Equipment for IPL 2019

21.08.2019

International Management Group U.K. Ltd

66069080

BEING PAID TO IMG (UK) TOWARDS FEE FOR IPL 2019 (4TH INSTALLMENT) (GBP 753095.63 EQUIVALENT TO INR 66069080)


BCCI Desk

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9+9 Advisory dated 16th September 2019

The Committee of Administrators had issued an advisory dated 27th August 2019 clarifying
certain aspects regarding the 9+9 years disqualification rule and cooling-off period in the
context of eligibility of representatives to contest in the upcoming BCCI Elections.


In paragraph 3 of the said advisory, the Committee of Administrators had stated that:

“3. In addition to the above, it is also clarified that no individual shall be a Councillor for
more than 9 years and in the event of a Councillor completing 9 years before expiry of
his/her term, he/she shall cease to hold office on completing of 9 years. Similarly, a
Councillor who has held any post for two consecutive Terms either in a Member Association
or in the BCCI (or a combination of both) shall not be eligible to contest any further election
without completing a cooling off period of three years.”

Several questions are being raised in relation to interpretation of the above and also the
applicability of these rules to elections in BCCI Member Associations. In this context,
reference may profitably be made to the division bench judgement dated 23rd March 2019
passed by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court in the matter of Delhi and District Cricket
Association vs Municipal Corporation Delhi where the Hon’ble High Court has held that:

“11. The objectors had also argued that the fresh or proposed articles should be made
effective prospectively and not made to apply to the forthcoming elections. It was urged that
the new condition would unfairly take away the chances of those who had served as
directors, for previous periods, though they were not office bearers. The Court finds no merit
in this submission. The BCCI judgment which accepted the Lodha Committee
recommendations are binding. The objective of ensuring that the same people or a clutch of
individuals do not maintain their control over sport bodies like cricket associations is to
encourage budding talent and promote fresh blood, not only in the sport, but also in the
management of its affairs. By occupying one executive or decision making position in an
organization after another, a set of individuals can shut out an entire generation of new
talent, which would possess greater energy and be more open to innovation. The plea to give
prospective effect, in essence is a cry of existing directors who might be staring at the 9 year
tenure restriction, to somehow get a “look in” into the fresh election process. It has no merit
and is accordingly rejected.”

In view of the aforesaid clear pronouncement by Hon’ble High Court, the Committee of
Administrators believes that the following queries have already adequately addressed in its
earlier advisory dated 27th August 2019, but still as a measure of abundant caution, the
Committee of Administrators deems it necessary to clarify as under:

Q.1 Are the restrictions on tenure of 9 years and requirement of cooling off after 6 years,
both applicable to a Councillor in BCCI and Councillor in a Member Association,
prospective?

Ans: No, the above restrictions will also apply retrospectively and will apply to any
individual who has already served as a member of the working committee of the
BCCI for the prescribed duration and/or has served as a member of the
working/managing/executive committee of a Member Association (by whatever name
the apex level governance committee is called) or as a director of a Member
Association for the prescribed period.

Q.2 Whether the period spent by an individual as a working committee member in BCCI
and/or member of working/managing/executive committee of a Member Association
(by whatever name the apex-level governance committee is called) or as a director of
a Member Association will be counted to calculate the 9 year period applicable as cap
on tenure as a Councillor and the 6 year period necessitating cooling off?

Ans: Yes.

Q.3 Whether the period spent by an individual as member in any BCCI committee other
than the working committee (such as the Cricket Advisory Committee, Technical
Committee or Governing Council) and/or member of any committee other than the
working/managing/executive committee of a Member Association (by whatever name
the apex-level governance committee is called) will be counted to calculate the 9 year
period applicable as cap on tenure as a Councillor?

Ans: No.

Q.4 Whether the period spent by an individual as member in any BCCI committee other
than the working committee (such as the Cricket Advisory Committee, Technical
Committee or Governing Council) and/or member of any committee other than the
working/managing/executive committee of a Member Association (by whatever name
the apex-level governance committee is called) will be counted to calculate the 6 year
period necessitating cooling off?

Ans: No. However, it is clarified that once the cooling off requirement is triggered the
concerned individual cannot hold any post (including on any committee) in the BCCI
or the Member Association during the cooling off period of 3 years. If an individual
who was required to cool off has been a part of any committee of the BCCI or
Member Association such an individual will necessarily have to undergo a cooling off
period of 3 years before being eligible to be an office bearer or Councillor or member
of any committee or representative in BCCI or a Member Association.

Q.5 Is a person who has completed 6 years as an officer bearer and 3 years as a member of
the working committee of the BCCI (or any other combination of the above that totals
to 9 years) eligible for contesting the post of Officer Bearer or Councillor in BCCI?

Ans: No.

Q.6 Is a person who has completed 3 years as an officer bearer in BCCI and 3 years as a
member of the working committee in a member association consecutively (or any
other combination of any ‘posts’ that totals to 6 consecutive years), eligible for
contesting the post of Councillor in BCCI or member association?

Ans: The person would have to undergo a cooling off period of 3 years before contesting in
either such election in the BCCI or the Member Association

Q.7 Whether a person who has been a member of working/managing/executive committee
of a Member Association (by whatever name the apex-level governance committee is
called) or as a director of Member Association for a period of 9 years is eligible to
contest the post of Councillor in the BCCI?

Ans: Yes, subject to having satisfied the cooling off requirement.

Q.8 Is a person who has finished 9 years (either as office bearer or committee member or
combination of both) in a Member Association eligible to contest the post of officer
bearer or Councillor in the Member Association?

Ans: No.

Q.9 Is a person who has finished 9 years (either as office bearer or committee member or
combination of both) in BCCI eligible to contest the post of officer bearer or
Councillor in BCCI?

Ans: No.

Q.10 Can the affiliated Clubs/Universities/District Associations or Member Organizations
of a Member Association nominate a person who is disqualified to become an office
bearer or Councillor of the Member Association as a representative on their behalf to
the Member Association to participate in the Member Association’s electoral process
or attend its general body meetings?

Ans: No. There will only be one Representative each of the affiliated
Clubs/Universities/District Associations or Member Organizations and the same
person shall vote in and may stand for elections in the Member Association’s election
or attend its general body meetings. This is in line with the spirit of the cricket
reforms accepted by the Hon’ble Supreme Court which requires only non-disqualified
and eligible nominated/elected individuals to occupy positions of responsibility and
functioning such as representatives to the BCCI and/or Member Associations. This
will also ensure that there is a greater pool of talent available from amongst whom
officer bearers and Councillors are elected. At the same time, it is clarified that this
rule is not applicable to individual members of Member Associations such as life
members or former international players who will be entitled to attend the general
body meeting and vote. Needless to add that only non-disqualified and eligible
members shall be entitled to contest for posts at the elections.

This clarification is being issued with the concurrence of the Electoral Officer, BCCI. In
terms of Rule 7 of the Rules of Procedure for BCCI Elections prescribed by the Electoral
Officer, BCCI, all disputes or objections arising, including but not limited to objections to
candidacy, disqualification, eligibility to vote or the admission or rejection of a vote in the
election to the Apex Council or any of the committees, shall be decided by the Electoral
Officer and such decisions shall be final and conclusive.

Dated: 16th September 2019

Yours faithfully,
Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators

BCCI Desk

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