New Delhi: N. Srinivassan, his son in law Meiyappan, Sunder Raman former COO IPL, Rak kundra, co owner of Rajasthan royals and husband of bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, figure in the list of those Mudgal committee, who probed the IPL match fixing and betting, mentioned in its report.
Supreme Court today revealed the six names including Stuart Binny who was named in the remaining two ODI against Sri Lanka.
After the revelation the AGM of BCCI has been postponed for four weeks. The meeting was scheduled to be held on 20th of November. The meeting was to be followed by the elections of BCCI President. Former president Srinivasan had to step down after Mudgal committee mentioned his son inlaw in the IPL match fixing.
Srinivasan is desperately trying to make a come back and postponement may come a breather for him as it will give him more time to garner the support.
Supreme Court has not mentioned their roles in the match fixing. Mudgal Committee has mentioned 13 names in its report which was submitted to the apex court.
The apex court bench headed by Justice T. S. Thakur said that the report dealing with the conduct and role of Srinivsasan, Meiyappan, BCCI official Sundar Raman and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra will be given to these four people as well as to the BCCI and the petitioner Cricket Association of Bihar.
The court, however, said that the names of the players named in the report will be held back for the time being.
The court said all the parties will file their objections to the report within four days of its receipt and they will have the liberty to file responses to rival objections in another four days and directed the listing of the matter for Nov 24.
The court recorded the statement by BCCI counsel T.A. Sundaram that the meeting of the BCCI annual general body which was scheduled to be held Nov 20, will now take place after four weeks.
The sixth IPL season last year was marred with a major controversy after police launched legal proceedings against several IPL officials and cricketers, including former Test fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, for illegal betting and spot-fixing.
The IPL, which began in 2008, features the world`s top players signed up for huge fees by companies and high-profile individuals in a glitzy mix of sport and entertainment.