The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), in accordance with Supreme Court’s order, has taken out employees from India Cements and its associate companies from the Board.

The names include K.S. Viswanathan, Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) secretary, who was a member of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) and New Area Development sub-committees.

The Chief Financial Officer of the Indian Premier League (IPL) K. Prasanna, the TNCA joint secretary R.I. Palani, a member of the BCCI zonal academies committee, and TNCA vice-president P.S. Raman, one of BCCI’s legal consultants, have also had to step down.

M.A. Satheesh, who was in Bangladesh with the Indian team as the logistics manager for the ICC World Twenty20, was called back on Saturday after the top court’s order.

The apex court had said though that the players and commentators working for India Cements can continue in their various positions.

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