The Board of Control for Cricket in India is likely to reprimand former board chief Inderjit Singh Bindra, who has been critical at the way things are being run in the board, according to a report in ESPN Cricinfo. (Read: Bindra takes on Srinivasan, says he is responsible for massive losses to BCCI)
The BCCI is set to conclude the Lalit Modi saga in Chennai on September 25 and also initiate disciplinary proceedings against IS Bindra, who has emerged as Modi's only supporter. It is believed it was Bindra who helped Modi make a headway into cricket administration in 1999.
This comes after Bindra accused BCCI's president-in-exile N Srinivasan of causing a loss of Rs 10,000 crores to the Indian cricket board by not following Reserve Bank of India guidelines.