Supreme Court of India has said to Indian cricket board chief N Srinivasan to resin for the fair investigation of Indian premier league (IPL) sport fixing scandal.
The Peel group Chennai Super Kings holder and BCCI head Srinivasan’s child grnath myppn all cricket authorities, players and theorists are included in spot-fixing in the IPL against cheating and criminal scheme under charged and the investigation is continuous.
According to Indian news agency PTI, the court said: ‘If Sreenivasan not escape from his office, so we will have to order.’
Punjab and Haryana High Court Mukul Mudgal chaired by former Chief Justice of the IPL 2013 spot-fixing case during the three-member committee was formed to investigate the report is handed over to the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Justice AK Patnaik and Justice Faqir Mohammad Ibrahim Al Khalifa before the two-member bench hearing the investigation is ongoing.According to the judges during Tuesday’s court hearing BCCI lawyer asked: ‘You ask N Srinivasan step down for fair investigation into the case.’
In October last year, the Supreme Court BCCI president N Srinivasan taking over work permit was given but the same was directed to stay away from the spot-fixing investigation.
IPL – 6 during the spot-fixing case came when three players of Rajasthan Royals S Sri Sunni, Ankita Chavan and Ajit Nand was arrested by the Delhi police. Sri Sunni, said Chavan and Ajit cdyla May 16 last year, 16 were arrested, including speculators. Their criminal case under Section 420 and 120-B was.