Jay Shah and Sourav Ganguly will receive extensions as a result of the Supreme Court's decision to change the BCCI cooling-off period.

On September 14th, the Supreme Court approved a proposal to change the board constitution to permit an office holder to serve two consecutive terms.

Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah are expected to keep their top positions in BCCI.

An officeholder may serve for a total of 12 years, including 6 years with BCCI.

The SC ordered that the BCCI's current constitution be amended.

A BCCI or State Association office bearer may hold a given position for two consecutive terms, the bench ruled, following

which he must serve a three-year cooling-off period.

The bench stated, "The purpose of the cooling-off period is not to establish unfavourable monopolies

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