The Supreme Court today slammed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) again and asked it to enforce the age-limit and tenure cap restrictions as recommended by the RM Lodha panel. (Also read: Shashank Manohar to leave BCCI post due to Lodha panel heat) The panel had suggested that no BCCI office-bearer should have more than two consecutive terms and added that the president cannot stay in a term exceeding two years.The Lodha panel had also recommended that the age limit for office bearers of BCCI and its affiliated units is kept below 70. (Also read: Shashank Manohar to step down as BCCI boss, set to be elected ICC chairman) The apex court, earlier on Monday, had also appointed senior advocate Gopal Subramanium as amicus curiae in the matter and sought his assistance to explore as to how the recommendations of Justice RM Lodha committee favouring large-scale structural reforms, which BCCI and other boards have been resisting, could be implemented. (Also read: Supreme Court furious with BCCI yet again. Find out what happened) The bench, also comprising Justice FMI Kalifulla, expressed anguish over the cricket body running a “prohibitory regime and monopolizing cricket” across the country, saying no one can play the game without its nod.