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Srinivasan spied on other BCCI officials
Sunday 26 April 2015

N Srinivasan hired a London-based private firm to snoop on a set of Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) members, according to an NDTV report.

The report states that Srinivasan paid 14 crores from BCCI’s money to track the whereabouts of certain BCCI officials. The officials' phones were tapped, conversations recorded, computer systems hacked, and e-mails tracked.

The BCCI is slated to meet on Monday to discuss the alleged misrepresentation of Indian Premier League (IPL) side Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK) assets. According to reports, the future of the Champions League T20 (CLT20) will also be discussed, as the tournament has proven to be a disaster in recent years.

Secretary Anurag Thakur is all set to head the probe panel as BCCI is expected to conduct an enquiry on the alleged snooping on the BCCI officials.

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