The Indian cricket board Tuesday ruled against making any move against Indian Premier League boss Sundar Raman for being in “contact” with a bookie, while support its banished president, N. Srinivasan.
The Supreme Court delegated Mukul Mudgal board of trustees report, which was made open Monday, expressed that IPL CEO Raman had been in contact with a bookie “eight times in one season”. The report likewise said that Raman knew of Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra’s inclusion in wagering and did nothing about it.
Meiyappan is International Cricket Council (ICC) director Srinivasan’s child in-law and Kundra is the co-manager of Rajasthan Royals.
“We have confidence in the Supreme Court. Everyone will be given an opportunity to clarify themselves in the court and the hearing will choose Raman. Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra will battle their own particular cases in Supreme Court,” BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel said after the fulfillment of the gathering here.
The Supreme Court’s listening ability will be Nov 24.
The report had expressed that Meiyappan was included in wagering while it cleared him of any association in spot settling. For Kundra, the report had expressed he was in contact with bookies and was putting down wagers or was at any rate standing surety for a “punter” companion.
Patel additionally educated that the BCCI Annual General Meeting will now be held Dec 17.