Even as the Board of Control for Cricket in India is getting ready to hold the all-important SGM in Mumbai on Friday to discuss the recommendations of the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha commission, on Wednesday (February 17) the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) communicated to BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur that several of the proposed changes were unacceptable to the association. There were, however, murmurs from certain quarters in the association that DDCA's response to Lodha panel was arrived at without 'proper consultation' and that the meeting to discuss the issue at a city hotel on Saturday was 'not attended by all members.' "The meeting was held on Saturday evening. Not all members were present so we communicated the decisions taken in the meeting over the next few days. That's why we have only sent our decisions to BCCI on Wednesday," DDCA vice-president Chetan Chauhan told TOI. The biggest surprise in the DDCA's letter to the board is its continued support for the controversial 'proxy voting' system which has been the bane of Delhi cricket for many decades now. "Proxy system should be continued as in many associations, there is a provision of voting in person. Associations which are incorporated under the Companies Act are statutorily bound by section 176-178 of the Act 1956. Even after appointing a person as his proxy, any member DDCA can come and cast his vote in person in the General Body meetings election. The proxy may be authenticated by retired Judge of any court as is the practice in DDCA," the letter, signed by DDCA vice-presidents, Chauhan and CK Khanna, said. The association is also vehemently against the decision to implement `one person, one post' across the board. It also is opposed to bringing the state units under the RTI Act.