Seven state associations have failed to submit the compliance report of a Supreme Court order of August 9 and have not amended their constitution, the Committee of Administrators running the BCCI has told the apex court in its 10th status report. The CoA has divided the 34 Cricket Associations into three categories - Non-Compliant, Partially Compliant and Substantially Compliant. Tasked with ensuring that the reforms are implemented, the CoA states in its report that it had tasked the Associations with forming and registering a new constitution on similar lines as that of the BCCI's with allowance for modifications wherever necessary and citing the changes made clearly for the CoA to verify. According to the status report, seven associations - Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Arunachal - have been found non-compliant. There are ten associations in the partially compliant category including Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Goa, Maharashtra, Bihar, Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Manipur and Vidarbha. 17 others have been found to be substantially compliant. The CoAwants the non-compliant associations to submit the compliance affidavits within seven days and two weeks have been given to partially and substantially compliant states to amend their constitution as per the Lodha reforms. The COA, comprising Vinod Rai and Diana Edulji, has also requested the Supreme Court to issue directions for conducting elections in compliant state associations and the BCCI within 90 days.