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'Srinivasan violated SC order'
Saturday 27 September 2014
The petitioner in the IPL-6 spot-fixing scam Aditya Verma alleged that N Srinivasan and his group has "violated the order of the Supreme Court" and he will raise the issue at apex court when his interim application plea is heard on October 10.

"The participation of Mr N Srinivasan in this meeting as a representative of TNCA is totally wrong and (in) violation of the Hon'ble Supreme Court order dated 23/3/2014, 16/5/2014 and 1/9/2014," Verma was quoted as saying in a press release.

"In his order Hon'ble court clearly said that Srinivasan will not attend in any day-to-day affairs of BCCI till the probe concluded. But today BCCI headed by Mr Shivlal Yadav has clearly violated the order of Hon'ble Supreme Court. Being a petitioner I will raise this question in front of the Supreme Court when my IA will be heard on 10/10/2014," he further stated stated in a release.


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