Bombay High Court seeks clarity from BCCI, Srinivasan on conflict of interest

The Bombay High Court is seeking reply of a PIL on conflict of interest from the BCCI in the Indian Premier League and Champions League Twenty20.

updated: December 14, 2013 20:49 IST
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Mumbai: Hearing a public interest litigation which objects to certain changes in rules of Board of Control for Cricket in India, alleging that the changes were made only for the sake of it's president N. Srinivasan, the Bombay High Court Friday refused to stay the operation of these rules.

The High Court, however, asked BCCI and Srinivasan to file replies within a month to the petition, filed by Cricket Association of Bihar.

"It is not possible to grant interim relief, we are looking at the rules and not the personalities," said the division bench of SJ Vajifdar and Gautam Patel.

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