Which of the following countries cricket boards have lost their permanent member status in International Cricket Council (ICC)?

Which of the following countries cricket boards have lost their permanent member status in International Cricket Council (ICC)?
[A]India, Australia, and South Africa
[B]India, Australia, and England
[C]South Africa, Pakistan, and West Indies
[D]Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa

India, Australia, and England
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has removed the national cricket boards of India (BCCI), England (ECB) and Australia (CA) as the permanent members of its decision-making executive committee. The decision in this regard has been taken due to the widespread criticism received by ICC suggesting that these countries would take over cricket at the expense of other member nations.

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