Police officer who probed IPL scam to depose before Supreme Court panel

The crime branch will now prepare a detailed report which would be in possession of the officer while deposing before the Supreme Court-appointed committee.

updated: October 25, 2013 23:05 IST
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Mumbai: The Mumbai Police have received a letter from the Supreme Court appointed probe panel to look in to allegations of betting and spot-fixing in this season's Indian Premier League. In a letter signed by Additional Solicitor General Nageshwara Rao, the panel has asked the police to assign a concerned officer to depose before the panel on the 5th and 6th of November.

"A letter written by the committee was received by us today. The committee asked us to send an officer, who probed the IPL betting case registered by the Mumbai Police Crime Branch, for deposition on November 5 and 6," a crime branch officer said.

Sources in the Mumbai police say, along with the chargesheet the police will submit a comprehensive document listing the charges and evidence against Gurunath Meiyappan, the son-in-law of BCCI president N Srinivasan.

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