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SC pulls up BCCI, asks it to explain IPL biz model
Monday 01 December 2014

 

SC pulls up BCCI, asks it to explain IPL biz model
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday reacted sharply on the IPL scandal by asking the Board of Control for Cricket in India to give information with regards to the financial working of the apex body of cricket in the country along with the findings with respect to auction and purchase of players in IPL.
Asking the BCCI to come clean on the financial aspects in terms of broadcasting rights and ticket sale, the Supreme Court also sought detailed financial information.
On the other hand, the former President of BCCI and the chairperson of International Cricket Council, N Srinivasan, had informed the court that he had acted swiftly when he got to know about the betting allegations against his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan.
He further went on to say that all the allegations levelled against him are incorrect and the BCCI did all that was required to be done, starting with lodging a complaint against Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra.
The court has adjourned the hearing till Monday (December 8)

The Supreme Court on Monday reacted sharply on the IPL scandal by asking the Board of Control for Cricket in India to give information with regards to the financial working of the apex body of cricket in the country along with the findings with respect to auction and purchase of players in IPL.

Asking the BCCI to come clean on the financial aspects in terms of broadcasting rights and ticket sale, the Supreme Court also sought detailed financial information.

On the other hand, the former President of BCCI and the chairperson of International Cricket Council, N Srinivasan, had informed the court that he had acted swiftly when he got to know about the betting allegations against his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan.

He further went on to say that all the allegations levelled against him are incorrect and the BCCI did all that was required to be done, starting with lodging a complaint against Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra.

The court has adjourned the hearing till Monday (December 8). 

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